The Ed Keating Center

3.1 (18 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
2121 West 117th Street
Cleveland, OH 44111
2164721276 Visit Website
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The Ed Keating Center is a three-month residential treatment program for chemically dependent individuals seeking substance abuse recovery services. With an emphasis on the 12 Steps of Recovery, all residents must attend daily 12-Step meetings and intensively engage the 12-Step Program. Residents attend mandatory aftercare services as well.

The Ed Keating Center Reviews and Ratings Details

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I didn’t stay sober after I completed their program. I ask you who’s fault was that ? It certainly wasn’t theirs. I made the decision to pick up. They gave me direction, but I made a uturn. For ...


I am alumni of the Jean Marie house from 2012. The Keating center put me on the path to have the life I have today. They save lives on a daily basis. Forever grateful.


For me The Ed Keating Center, helped me save my life and marriage. It taught me what I need to do to get sober and stay sober. My sobriety date is Sept 9 2012. The Ed Keating Center showed me how to h...


This place is one of the worst in Cleveland the people that run it don't give two craps about the men LIVING there ..I have been a past client more then a few times. They treat you like a slave a. Thr...


Great place to start new beginnings. Groups are very helpful. Showers and bathrooms are very clean. Food is exceptional. Staff and paitents are kind and welcoming. Highly recommend.


This place really thought me how to be a man again brought god back into my life and gave me hope to live a better life and make me a better person.. The comroderity there is one of a kind men that ...


Various levels of treatment, transition to 1/2-way house. Not enough paid staff My daughter was treated well and respected, now is able to return to facilitate groups and help the new girls


Repitition, no extra circular activities. needs better food. All meals are donation based. Need more activities


Separate those you have been in jail from those you have not served time. Those who have been in jail should treated at a different facility with well trained staff.


They really care but need more staff. They really got my life together..


Good counseling and understanding, not a complete facility, meaning having many types of theropy. It was pleasant and rewarding. People were very nice and very friendly. Food was good and the accomada...


Its affordable but needs a better offering


I would not recommend the west side to anyone as the Manager of the ROCK might be sober but still is not a good person. East side location is run very well as the womens\' facility but stay away fro...


I attended the Ed Keating Center and the entire experience was an absolute nightmare. ... Despite this, and my distaste for the program of Alcoholics Anonymous, which is what the treatment program...


Do not send anyone there, staff are a disgrace to the Ed Keating Center.


This is a sober house. The staff were very accommodating but would not bend the rules for anyone! This, I feel is very important in the success of living a sober life. There was a ceremony during th...

Areas of Focus
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.


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.

Key Staff Members
  • Photo of Phyllis Eisele-Curran, LICDC
    Phyllis Eisele-Curran, LICDC - Co-Founder & Program Director

  • Photo of Sterling Wagner
    Sterling Wagner - Executive Director