St. Joseph's Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

3.5 (27 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
159 Glenwood, PO Box 470
Saranac Lake, NY 12983
5188913950 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted
Treatment Insights

Nestled in the Adirondack Mountains, St. Joseph's addiction treatment centers promote healing and recovery for chemically dependent individuals throughout New York State. As a leader in addiction treatment services since 1971, we understand the importance of personal and professional growth. We continuously strive to advance and expand our program offerings, incorporating progressive therapies with evidence-based practices. St. Joseph's offers premier treatment services with a commitment to providing professional, effective and comprehensive care. Our experienced staff is dedicated to helping those who suffer from addiction and our belief in the spiritual nature, inherent dignity and fundamental worth of each individual contributes to the success of our clinical approach. Program innovation and evolution, responsiveness to the changing needs of our clients and continuous quality improvements continue to be the hallmarks of our professional efforts and distinguish us from other treatment centers. St. Joseph's mission and philosophy drive us to create a future that will support and enhance our standards of excellence and positive treatment outcomes and longstanding standard of excellence .

St. Joseph's Rehabilitation Center, Inc. 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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Norah

Terrible place, insensitive staff. Poor accommodations , dorms are a disaster. No one really goes unless legally mandated.

Serena

I recently attended family visit for 3 days. I cannot even begin to express the welcome environment. The Counselors are amazing, very kind, and compassionate. I learned more about myself in 3 days tha...

Jim

This was the best of all the rehabs I attended over the years of my addiction. (Saranac Lake) The food was amazing and we were taught manners at the dinner table. We talked about our deepest issues in...

SB

I was given a choice of where to get an evaluation as required for receiving cash help from dss. when I receive the notice in the mail St.Joes was circled in yellow high light pen that it was St Joes ...

J

We have a son in St.Josephs. On family visit time we came here to visit and have sessions with our son and all the counselors. Out of all the places we have been I must say this was the best one EVER....

Lisa

this place has to be one of the most disgusting gross places I talked someone and got an interview and they asked if I was gay... I\'m a person like a EVERYONE else and wanted help... I wouldn\'t reco...

Anonymous

Good facility.

DDB

Great!

Anonymous

The staff are great, friendly, and reliable. I think that it could use a little more funding. They are professional and help you under stand how the program and treatment works. They provide excellent...

Anonymous

An OK facility.

Anonymous

i did not personally attend the facility, my mother did. they were very good about including family in her treatment process...the facility ecourgaed inclusion of family members

Anonymous

Faculty, cleanliness, support. I did not personally go here but someone close to me did and they did wonderfully. I appreciate the facility.

Anonymous

It was clean and the people were treated well. Relapses seem to be a common problem so treatment doesn't seem too effective. It largely just send like a fairly standard rehabilitation center.

RAVB

I have been sober 43 years. I had negative feelings for St. Joes at first but after the great counseling and after care changed my life.

PB

I attended a half way house as aftercare treatment and relapsed there. I was not permitted to re-enter.

Patrick

Strengths include: long term program, counselors and staff that honestly care, strict, 12 step based, men/women separate, saved my life. However, there was not enough food, small rooms, bad beds. I've...

Anonymous

Clean, mix of modern and traditional treatments. Excellent people. As a non addicted family member of an alcoholic/addict - they are 1st rate at helping the family understand addictions and how to ef...

Noreen

Strong bonds are made; there are no interactions made with the opposite sex. However, they do not have enough family input and it is very expensive. They have an excellent family weekend which is very...

Sharon

This facility provides care for teens. Strength lies with dual diagnosis cases. Since my son has been there it has changed their 'philosophy'. It used to be one strike you're out type of thing. Now th...

MG

I was very displeased with the facility.

HJB

They had Family/intervention/reconciliation events.

Anonymous

One counselor does as little as possible. Nothing has happened to her and her patients often leave before completing treatment out of anger and frustration. It is a good treatment program and does an ...

EC

Outstanding program...I have been to 7 different rehabs an am now clean for over 4 years. St. Joes was by far the best program I've ever seen. I relapsed afterwards but I carry the tools that I lear...

PMH

It was worse than jail. ...

Lauren

I highly recommend this facility due to their extended 90 day program. I don't feel 28 days is enough. I also recommend this for their strict daily routines. It is difficult at the time but in retr...


Areas of Focus
Out Patient

Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.

12-Step

The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.

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    Robert Ross - CEO