Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers - Youngstown

3.3 (26 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
2151 Rush Boulevard
Youngstown, OH 44507
3307441181 Visit Website

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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Addiction is a chronic disease, not a lack of self-control. If you are abusing alcohol or other drugs, Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic's personalized treatment plans can help. Our highly trained experts will give you the tools you need to reclaim your health - and rediscover a life worth living.

Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers - Youngstown Reviews and Ratings Details

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

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FU

Because they don’t believe in long term use of Suboxone/Subutex I wasn’t allowed to see a counselor who I had been seeing for years at another facility! Been clean for years and just wanted to be ...

JK

What a joke this place is. Basically telling my husband to leave me and his son. didn't even get to the core of his addiction. what kinda councling tells u to leave the love and support of your family...

T K

Sure, thanks for your extremely poor counseling to an addict to think about himself first, which he has always done and hasn't done much of anything for his family for years but cause grief and pain e...

Tim

Neil Kennedy is a great place if you WANT Rehab. I now work in the industry a year later and use alot of what was learned there Thanks to the staff. May I reccomend The California Palms If You find Ne...

T

Mediocre services all around

Papa

God saved me by coming here was well worth the effort they expected of me thanks to the staff I\'ve got some what of my life back after 40th years of drinking and partying I thank them and my God as ...

Anonymous

Great support system. Wonderful experience from beginning to end

Anonymous

Knowledge of the treatment needed. Too many people and not enough one on one time for each individuals needs. My son was there for about one year, and it helped quit a bit. I feel though that he may h...

Anonymous

good counseling service location, facility itself, too much emphasis on relapse this facility tries to treat too many clients at once.

Anonymous

counselors were a strength. location was an issue for me. the counselors are good and knowledgable

Loraine

The counseling could've been better. My counselor was mean and kicked me out. She told me that there was no help for me

Anonymous

Staff are well involved and schooled. The people attending the place must be willing to except the change, so I feel they need to inform the, better of this. I was a visitor of a patient and had an ea...

Anonymous

Compassion which was a strength but crowded. Clean, close to home area

Anonymous

It helps those with addictions. It has helped numerous people with addiction problems

Anonymous

Location was a strength but theft of personal items was not.

Kjl

The staff is constantly at each others throats. There was no 1 on 1 counseling. There were bedbugs. Just another rehab mill. Very bad experience.

George

This treatment center should be a 5 star across the board. Never have I had better counseling and treatment. This group of counselors and staff know how to make us Recovering addicts and Alcoholics co...

Src

The women\'s counselor is very rude, lazy, and unhelpful. Most of the time she won\'t help you with anything and will actually tell you to ask another staff member instead of trying to be helpful.It\...

Anonymous

Unorganized and your belongings will come up missing.

Tammy

Great food!! No exercise program,not enough one on one counseling. Small facility,holds 16 people 8 woman and 8 men. Some of the nursing staff is rude. Detox is not long enough.

Brenda

Good recovery program, knowledgeable in the 12 step program. On site nurses available. Unlike it used to be, the food is not readily available as it used to be, so nutritionally it's not up to par. M...

YL

Strenghts: Groups encouraging advice good food great staff aa meetings. lack of communication with counselors dealing with outside treatment options. With my group experience i learned so much about m...

M.D.

Alot of classes and meeting were nice. Not enough spiritual or other things to do no ecercise equipment or arts and crafts. When your not in a class or meeting your bored.

Anonymous

Need more government funded rehabilitation.

SR

I was only able to stay for 3 days, just longer enough to detox and I relapsed within 6 mos. They did set me up with aftercare and AA meetings. I got sober on my own 3 yrs later and have almost 10 yrs...

Joshua

Just worked the program with my sponsor once I left.


Areas of Focus
Medical Detoxification

Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.

Intensive Outpatient (IOP)

Patients who undergo intensive outpatient treatment continue to live at home and sometimes go to school or work while participating in a highly structured treatment protocol that is focused on ending substance abuse. Programs vary in terms of how much treatment patients receive, how often and for how long. Some facilities design individualized intensive outpatient treatment programs.

Key Staff Members
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    Gerald (Jerry) V. Carter, LPCC-S, LICDC - Executive Director

    Jerry Carter is the Executive Director of the Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic (NKRC) where he oversees all activities of the organization’s four locations throughout Ohio. He also is the executive vice president for Ohio Operations within Gateway Rehab, NKRC’s parent organization. He is a past president of the Ohio Chemical Dependency Licensure Board and is past vice president of the Ohio Alliance of Recovery Providers. He is a part-time instructor in the graduate program at Youngstown State University as well as an experienced trainer and consultant. Mr. Carter holds both bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a Certified Reality Therapist, an Ohio Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (with supervision endorsement) and an Ohio Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor.

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    Douglas Wentz, M.A., OCPS II - Community Services Director

    Douglas Wentz is Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic’s Community Services Director in charge of programs involving prevention, training and community relations. In his role, Mr. Wentz also consults and provides training for professional and community organizations. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Mahoning County Family and Children First Council and has served as a regional epidemiologist for the Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network (OSAM) as well as an outcome framework trainer for the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services. He chaired the credentialing Board Committee which developed the prevention credentials for the State of Ohio and is the past president of the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board. Mr. Wentz received his bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida and holds a master's degree from Kent State University.