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Health issues
are not a choice.
Getting treatment is.

we can help you find health, hope & healing.

We want to make getting treatment for substance use disorders easier, which is why we offer affordable programs that are easy to access when you are ready. All of our patients learn about their substance use disorder diagnosis in programs of varying intensity that teach each participant to manage their diagnosis over time to avoid reoccurrence of symptoms. Should symptoms recur, patients are always welcome to return to Keystone to get back on their path of recovery.

Keystone recognizes the seriousness of, and therefore gives top priority for admission to, persons with substances use disorders who are pregnant or who have taken substances intravenously.

Keystone is an award-winning organization recognized for offering responsive and innovative substance use disorder services.

Keystone’s Services

Assessments,
no appointment required.

Taking that first step is hard, which is why we invite you to walk in, without an appointment, five days a week for a no-obligation bio-psycho-social assessment. You can also ask for an appointment. We accept insurance, offer financial assistance, and will not require payment up front. Click here for more information.

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Community Education

Substance use disorders are a community problem that requires a community solution. Our proactive education and prevention programs get schools, businesses and other organizations involved in the fight against addiction.

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Youth Programs

We offer three levels of services, from outpatient support and counseling for adolescents and teens who are experimenting with substances to an intensive long-term recovery program.

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Men Under Construction

We established our men-only program to meet a community need and a chronically underserved population. In addition to medical treatment, this program works with men to deal with job loss, build vocational skills, develop confidence and eliminate barriers to success.

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Woman of Substance

This program is open to women of all ages and in all walks of life, with priority admission given to pregnant women. During the program, participants receive medical treatment, build life skills, work on parenting techniques, learn how to find affordable housing and receive any necessary counseling, including trauma counseling.

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Responding to the Opioid Crisis

Deaths in the United States due to overdose from opioids now exceed deaths from gun deaths or auto accidents.

Our response:

Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication Assisted Treatment. Keystone can now offer evidence based best practice medications such as buprenorphine or naltrexone to assist patients attending intensive outpatient programs in managing symptoms such as cravings.
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Please join thousands in saying: ”I am a voice in favor of recovery!” Too often, those who need help don’t have the strength to tell their story to those closest to them, let alone their doctor. Your individual donation and participation in our community events helps us break down barriers and old stereotypes, making treatment more accessible and easier to talk about for all members of our community—you, your friends, co-workers, neighbors and family members.

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Joe Davis
Run for Recovery

January 6, 2018

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Keystone Patient Testimonial

I will keep everything I have learned with me so that I can make better decisions.... I owe my life to Keystone....”

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