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Good Works


Google Rating: 4.4

Good Works


Good Works is located in Uniontown, Pennsylvania.
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Qualifications

  • State substance abuse agency

Rehab Center Details

  • Smoking permitted in designated area
  • Transitional housing or halfway house

Treatment Options

  • Long-term residential
  • Residential

Payment Methods

  • Cash or self-payment
  • Medicaid

Specialties

  • Substance Abuse

Areas of Specialization

  • 12-step faciltitation approach
  • Accepts clients on opioid medication
  • Group counseling offered
  • Individual counseling offered
  • Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders
  • Relapse Prevention

Age Options

  • Adults
  • Young adults

Treatment Approach

  • Aftercare Treatment Plans
  • Self-help groups
  • Substance abuse counseling approach
  • Trauma-related counseling

Ancillary Services

  • Assistance with obtaining social services
  • Consumer-run (peer-support) services
  • Discharge Planning
  • Domestic violence services - family or partner
  • Employment counseling or training
  • Housing services
  • Social skills development
  • Substance abuse education
  • Transportation assistance

Facility Operations

  • Private organization

Special Programs

  • Adult women

The facility name, logo and brand are the property and registered trademarks of Good Works, and are being used for identification and informational purposes only. Use of these names, logos and brands shall not imply endorsement. BetterAddictionCare.com is not affiliated with or sponsored by Good Works.


Google Reviews

Large room for recovery meetings.

Brad Swain, 1 year ago

Do they have a phone number so I can call someone there

Brian Albaugh, 1 year ago

It's a awesome place

Tom Conroy, 1 year ago

david ewing, 1 year ago

Great place for recovery!

Eric Phillips, 1 year ago

Kara Dobson, 1 year ago

  • 102 Old Wynn Road, Uniontown, Pennsylvania 15401
  • 724-880-6030

Good Works located in picturesque Uniontown, Pennsylvania may offer the treatment necessary for a successful recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

The main goal of a treatment facility is to help addicts overcome their reliance on addictive substances so that they can lead a life that is drug and alcohol-free. Compassionate and caring staff members at rehabilitation facilities can provide addicts the courage and guidance needed in order to overcome addiction.

When addicts attend a treatment facility, there will be various treatment techniques used in order to rid the substance of abuse out of the individual. Treatment can last anywhere from 30-days to 90-days depending on the severity of the addiction.

At Good Works, patients will go through intense addiction treatment and will be accompanied by professional addiction counselors every step of the way. Recovery is always possible and when treatment is combined with proper guidance, support, and empathy, rebounding from drug and alcohol dependency is attainable.

Through providing patients with the tools and resources required in order to obtain long-lasting sobriety, addicts will feel more encouraged throughout the duration of recovery. The proven treatments are designed with the patient in mind and will always be tailored to the uniqueness of the addict. Every addiction is different, just like every addict is different, and at Good Works, unique recovery plans will better assist addicts in overcoming addiction.

Despite the strong hold that addiction has on an individual, everyone is capable of regaining control once again through the help of treatment. At Good Works, the betterment of the addict is a priority and those who attend treatment at Good Works will always be put first.

It’s never too late to seek treatment. Good Works works with many insurance companies as well, making payment options seamless and straightforward. An addiction counselor will be available to speak with patients about how to go about paying for treatment. Addiction will never get better over time. In fact, it is a progressive disease which means it will only get worse.

The time to get help is now.

Call Now to Speak to an Addiction Counselor (800) 429-7690