Warrensburg Recovery Center

703 N DeVasher, Warrensburg, Missouri, 64093

OVERALL REVIEWS

3.8

Avg. score from 6 reviews

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About Warrensburg Recovery Center

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**ABOUT WARRENSBURG RECOVERY CENTER

On the northeastern outskirts of Warrensburg in western Missouri, Warrensburg Recovery Center offers residential treatment for adults struggling with substance use disorder and any co-occurring mental health disorders.

Formerly operated by Pathways Community Health, the facility changed its name following Pathways' 2014 merger with Crider Health Center, to form Compass Health Network, a medical and behavioral health nonprofit serving 45 counties in Missouri and two parishes in Louisiana. As such, Warrensburg Recovery Center is among the 72 percent of rehabs in Missouri that operate as private nonprofits.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Treatment begins with a comprehensive assessment, which is used to put together the client's treatment plan. The program's ethos is holistic, treating the biological, psychological, and social aspects of addiction. Treatment aims to address addiction and any co-occurring disorders in an integrated fashion while placing clients at the center of their own care.

Programming is largely centered around counseling, which is provided in a variety of settings: individual, group, couple, and family. Clients also participate in group educational sessions, where they learn about addiction, coping skills, and the process of recovery. Medication management may also be available to address any co-occurring mental health concerns.

Warrensburg Recovery Center also offers medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to help minimize the discomfort of withdrawal and curb cravings. The center doesn't currently note which medications are utilized at the Warrensburg facility, but other facilities in the Compass Health Network family administer Suboxone and Vivitrol (which are used at 28.8 and 37.7 percent of Missouri-based facilities, respectively.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

Across the network, Compass employs physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, certified addiction counselors, licensed therapists, nurses, and other medical and mental health professionals — though it's not clear which of these professionals are employed at the Warrensburg facility. To date, the six individuals polled by Rehabs.com gave lukewarm-to-positive feedback regarding the center's staff.

Staff Experience and Training: 3.5/5

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

Compass Health Network doesn't currently give any information about living conditions at the Warrensburg Recovery Center, though the six individuals polled by Rehabs.com gave the facility moderate opinions concerning accommodations.

Cleanliness and Upkeep: 3.5/5
Exercise and Leisure Activities: 3/5

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

The five Warrensburg Recovery Center alumni polled by Rehabs.com to date gave mixed feedback. In their comments, the alumni repeatedly praised the center's intimate feel and caring staff: "It's small so you get attention... It is cheap and the people genuinely care," one anonymous reviewer wrote in a representative review. However, their ratings reflected a bare-bones program that's somewhat lacking in resources.

Family Participation: 3.2/5
Counseling Options: 3/5
Holistic Offerings: 2/5

Alumni comments also indicated that the lack of resources felt like a weakness to several clients. "Not enough tools. Teachers and building are just fine. They need to update equipment and teaching materials to give a better variety of treatment," one anonymous reviewer wrote in a typical comment. Another alum complained of disorganization at the facility. In addition, one alum claimed that some staff at the facility were "poorly trained," though this criticism isn't borne out in other reviews. Overall, however, alumni reported to be moderately likely to recommend the facility to others.

Likelihood to Recommend: 3.4/5

Secondary sites yield one alumni review at the time of this writing, which was very positive: "I am beyond grateful to all of the staff here! It changed my life. They have the patience of saints here,that's for sure!" Candice wrote in a four-star review on Google.[1]

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

"They were very efficient good workers they care for the people and all in all a good place to be to get help," was the appraisal of the single loved one polled by Rehabs.com to date. Though they gave the facility four stars for the effectiveness of its treatment, and could think of no weaknesses in the program, the anonymous reviewer gave Warrensburg a mediocre three stars in most of the evaluated treatment metrics, including its family participation, holistic offerings, counseling options, and ability to treat co-occurring disorders.

FINANCING

According to the facility’s website, Compass Health Network contracts with Medicaid, Medicare, and some private insurance companies (which are accepted at 67.7, 33.1, and 71.2 percent of Missouri facilities, respectively). Sliding scale fees are also available to clients who qualify. The six alumni polled by Rehabs.com on the center's affordability gave mixed feedback.

Affordability: 3.3/5

[1] GoogleReviews

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3.8/5
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  • Anonymous
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    Location and Cost were strengths, but some staff members are poorly trained. All the staff members spend too much time talking about themselves even though I think that they may mean well however staff was extremely instrumental in my admission and my progress and I would recommend them to others and actually I have recommended them to others who did also gain success.
  • Anonymous
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    It's small so you get attention. Curriculum was a weakness. This facility is in a small rural town. It is cheap and the people genuinely care. I just hope they are more established and have grown their curriculum.
  • Anonymous
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    they helped with my health needs, but organzition was weak. More organization would help.
  • Anonymous
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    Family friendly. Not enough tools. Teachers and building are just fine. They need to update equipment and teaching materials to give a better variety of treatment.
  • Anonymous
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    They care but need more staff. They are good at doing what they do.
  • Anonymous
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    what they do is a strength. they were very efficient good workers they care for the people and all in all a good place to be to get help.