- Spiritual Meetings
- Aftercare Services
- Leisure Group Activities
Cornerstone of Recovery Adult Residential
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment places a patient on a course of continual change and helps develop healthy interdependent relationships with family, friends, co-workers and other recovering people. The foundation of treatment should be built on the most successful and available recovery model currently known – the principles of the 12 Steps of AA/NA. This program guides individuals through a process of self-examination and spiritual change which ultimately leads to long-term recovery. Much of our recovery programs are designed to assist our patients in this process of self-discovery in a safe, supportive environment. The staff must provide an environment that promotes trust, emotional risk taking, and acceptance of the need for honesty and continual change after treatment. Our recovery programs rely heavily on the concept of therapeutic community where hurting people gain strength and support from one another and can confront one another in a spirit of love and acceptance.
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
I WAS PATIENT IN /ABOUT 2001 I JUST WANTED TO SAY HOW GREAT THIS OLACE IS. SAVED MY LIFE IT HELPED WITH MONEY...YES IVE RELAPSED COUOLE TIMES...BUT 20 YRS LATER IM STILL ALIVE. IF MY STORY WILL HELP S...
Drove 5 hours to get my husband there after admissions said he was approved. Emotional goodbye with both kids. Four hours later they called back and said I had to come get him. Did everything they ask...
(Current Employee) Cornerstone of Recovery is truly a place of healing and restoration. Cornerstone of Recovery is also a place of spiritual healing. There exist an ongoing unity of love and support a...
I had a very bad experience when I went to SteppingStones a sister company of Cornerstone, they left at the hospital for 4hrs after being discharged then I got a cab back I had to knock on.the patient...
This facility was a life safer for my son. We know without their help we would not have our son alive
Very effective program. They worked all areas of addiction : physical, mental, and spiritual. Cornerstone educated me and gave me the skills and tools to live in sobriety. I will alays be grateful. Th...
I have seen a lot of good done here and am a fan. Some people do seem to forget rehab is not a vacation and that they are, in fact, staying in a hospital setting. The programming is highly individuali...
I have been working with Cornerstone..to detox and attend inpatient alcohol treatment program. At each point where I was told one more process till admission, another set of criteria was required and ...
Went to Cornerstone an addict and alcoholic in 2005 to get people off my back, no intention of getting sober. I am now over 11 years clean and sober thanks to them. It\'s not perfect, but they saved...
This place only cares about money. The pictures you see are of one of a few buildings they have. The buildings and area you sleep are horrible and are nothing like these pictures. The counselors even ...
This place is a joke, called me one of those people, rude , nasty and unsupportive people working there. Everything they tell you on the phone before arriving was a lie, and once I left they dropped m...
All around horrible experience. No one on one counseling. Detox and medical your on your own. Wouldn\'t feed the food to my dog. Do yourself a favor and go where your respected and appreciated.
Excellent treatment center for a \'hardcore\' alcoholic like myself who was at his wits end. I participated in the Adult Residential Program and I owe my life to the staff at Cornerstone and their p...
COR hires people in recovery...after at least a year of sobriety...former clients. They can certainly understand the feelings and attitudes and behaviors of the current clients. They've been there...v...
This place is an absolute joke. The living conditions and food are horrible and no one will give you a straight answer.
Cornerstone is out for money. They take pleasure in treating their patients like a number. There are a FEW really good people there, but the bulk are just there for a job, they do not care if you reco...
Strengths: Staff, support. Weaknesses: Crowded. Saved my life I'm so thankful for my treatment.
Wonderful staff, except for counselors, who are uneducated. Great program, I learned so very much and I have not slipped since they threw me out yesterday. This is a for-profit institution . I am ...
I was placed in Cornerstone by my employer and although I did not stay sober after my 28 day stay there, I give them a lot of credit for my sobriety now. The curriculum, gave me the tools I needed to ...
Comprehensive programs clinically based, high quality staff, compassionate care and respect for patients, ongoing quality improvement. Fast growth in census and programing creates logistical issues, n...
Its staff is a strength. I know all the staff.
He attended 4 yrs ago with no insurance and it cost $15,000. Of course with insurance it was free. I think cash pay patients are ripped off.
I enjoyed this facility
Enjoyed the 12-step program.
Too cookie cutter. Not everyone needs the same type of treatment
Quality staff. However, there is an over emphasis on profit.
Great overall treatment program, compassionate counselors who care about helping the newcomer, most counselors are in recovery themselves, great aftercare and continuous care programs that offer conti...
I think that their strong tradition is a positive aspect.
We will refer out if mental health issues are severe (schizophrenia, psychosis, etc.) Integrity, a sense of community, and patient care. I believe we are far the best. Employees are just not paid enou...
Insurance does not always agree to what is recommended by professional staff. Activity Therapy & Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist.
I feel that there is a family aspect to the staff. Employer is very supportive of employees bettering them selves.
Cares for patients and number one concern is about recovery. They have a difficulty keeping good staff due to salary paid in all areas. Cornerstone of Recovery is an excellent facility and I would ref...
Patient care is always a priority. Facility philosophy is based on good principles. Staff compensation could be better.
We are not everything to everyone, and no one place or facility could ever be. But, we are committed to doing our best for every patient we see, and providing them with the help to find what they need...
It is a great facility.
Full continuum of care offered: Detox, inpt., IOP, OP, supportive living and recovery coaching/aftercare. All patients are screened for co-occurring mental health problems and referred for a psychiatr...
I would like for more people without insurance to be able to receive care. Alcoholics and Addicts in recovery make up 90% of the staff. There was a high turn over of staff.
Patient care is excellent.
There is sometimes miscommunication between departments. The patients say that they hear one thing from a counselor and something else from another staff. If I had a family member that needed treatme...
The atmosphere of this facility is structured and professional, yet friendly and personal. A friend has successfully completed a program at this facility. The staff and program design were great. The ...
They provide schema therapy in addition to 12-step model.
Staff was very supportive.
I used drugs for 30 years. Cornerstone of Recovery gave me the tools I needed to live a life after treatment. I am very involved in NA in my area and plan on staying that way forever. Thanks you Co...
Very effective treatment.
This place opened my eyes and saved my life.
Much of what they said they would provide did not materialize. The family counselors were horrible. ... They said they would help with insurance, they did not. They kept wanting me to do more and more...
There was not quite enough training to all aspects of the job, which left me feeling frustrated at time since no one ever took the time to explain or show me how to perform certain tasks...
Don't recommend this place.
- Residential Treatment
Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.
- Family Program
Research shows that the odds of successful, sustained recovery from addiction are far higher when family members and loved ones are involved in treatment. Drug and alcohol addiction often have genetic roots, whether related to substance abuse, mental illness or both. Family dynamics also play a role and, often, family members are the first to realize a loved one has developed an addiction. Also, it’s important for family members to understand and embrace the lifestyle changes that are required to sustain recovery.
This Center is Known For...
- Yes Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- No Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- No Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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