Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc.

Louisiana (LA) > Rehab Centers in Metairie, LA
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3.9
(9 Reviews)
Very Good
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4933 Wabash Street, Suite 203
Metairie, Louisiana 70001

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Facility Highlights

Experiential Therapy

Education Lectures

Fitness Sessions

Treatment Center Philosophy

Addiction Recovery Resources believes that true recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction is only possible when an individual is given the opportunity to reintegrate into his or her community environment. The Louisiana-based residential rehab allows its clients to do just that by offering a network of positive support, in addition to a continuum of care designed to meet the needs of patients at every stage of the disease. Family participation is also essential to recovery, and the wellness of the non-addicted family members is the goal of family participation. AAR believes that recovery is possible for all addicts and alcoholics, as well as the people who love them.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

A. Kenison Roy, III MD, FASAM
Medical Director

Dr. Roy is the Founder and Medical Director of Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and the recipient of the 2006 Excellence in Treatment Award from the Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, the recipient of the 2008 Annual Psychiatric Leadership Award presented by the Louisiana Psychiatric Medical Association, and was recognized as a 2008 Healthcare Hero by New Orleans City Business Magazine. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Tulane Medical School. Dr. Roy is a member of Governor Bobby Jindal’s Drug Policy Board and is appointed to the Louisiana State Board of Practical Nurse Examiners. In April of 1997 he was appointed a Fellow of The American Society of Addiction Medicine (FASAM). He is the Founder and Medical Director of the Dual Diagnosis Unit at River Oaks Hospital in New Orleans, LA. He also treats patients at East Jefferson General Hospital. Dr. Roy’s primary focus is Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc., a facility that provides a full spectrum of addiction treatment services including ambulatory detoxification, intensive outpatient treatment, residential treatment, professional’s intensive chemical dependency evaluations, continuing care and individual/family psychotherapy.

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Georgette Somjen, MD
Medical Director, Intensive Outpatient Program

Dr. Somjen has been associated with ARR, Inc. since July, 2006. She serves as Medical Director of the Intensive Outpatient Group Therapy Program. Dr. Somjen practices addiction medicine and has over 15 years treating patients with addiction. She is certified by the American Society for Addiction Medicine (ASAM) as an addiction medicine specialist. Dr. Somjen obtained her medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Masters in Community Counseling at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. Dr. Somjen has previously practiced as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She completed a residency in Family Medicine in Upstate New York and a Fellowship in Addiction Medicine at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Somjen is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and a diplomat of the American Board of Addiction Medicine.Dr. Somjen also cares for patients long term in her private practice, performs consultations at East Jefferson General Hospital, and admits to River Oaks Hospital Dual Diagnosis Unit for detoxification and addiction treatment.

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Dionne
2.0
Was a Great part of me being clean. And I was happy for once in my life taking care of myself and spending time with my grandchildren.but Thursday I got a call from ARR telling me that I won't be seen February 7,2018.because I don't fit their criteria.i don't understand I been clean going to meetings 4 times a week.why?. I'm depressed crying confused. They didn't explain to me why I can't get Suboxone treatment at there. I'm suppose to get my Suboxone sent by them to the pharmacy for March and I was told that I would get a call with referrals to other doctors that may be able to write Suboxone perscriptions. i'm scared and I feel they don't care if I relapse or overdose or kill myself they don't care.because it ain't their family.period. I been clean over 5 yrs but I'm not ready to be off the program yet. I shot up 31 yrs. Was in and out of prison.i feel abandoned they just said I didn't fit their criteria.but they wouldn't let me be without my Suboxone I suppose to get in a few days.And I would get a phone call from them with referrals for other doctors.i need help I have 4 days of Suboxone left then I'll be out.please send my perscription to broad Ave pharmacy.And give me a call with referrals.because I have bipolar among other health problems and I don't want to lose control.i come to far now. But I don't know what to do now.help me ARR doctors and nurses .
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5.0
Excellent
This place literally saved my daughter's life. She went to 3 rehabs before this place but this one is the one that worked for her. I wasn't to sure about it because it was an outpatient program. But I'm for ever thankful to you guys.
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Dena
4.0
Great
Saved my life in 2014 ~ completed 30 day program with commitment and returned for an additional 60 days of Intensive Out Patient because I was just scratching the surface of my addiction and WHY! GRATEFUL RECOVERING I CONTINUE TO WOR THE PROGRAM EVERY DAY!
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Warren
5.0
Excellent
This place saved my life, I would recommend it to anyone who want to live a life free from any mind altering substance, the staff is remarkable, give yourself a chance and call them, I did and it was the best decision of my life!! Warren
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Anonymous
4.7
Excellent
clean and good staff
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Patrick
5.0
Excellent
The staff are extraordinary — caring, professional, and willing to take extra time with each patient as needed... My residency treatment and after care program changed my life forever. I am sober for over a year now and know it will be for a lifetime because of this facility.
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Joey
4.3
Great
The program focuses on education and then the application of that education, allowing the patient to learn, grow and to see himself moving forward in life.
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MDL
2.0
The founder of the Center is a member of AA. But the program leaves no room to meet with sponsors or go to very many meetings. No discussion of holistic lifestyle choices to counter addictions! Everybody was put on Soboxone! That is not recovery. A drug is a drug is a drug. The center did their best to put all clients on prescription drugs. No yoga, meditation, or nutrition. It was not holistic. Treatment does not cure addiction. There was not enough emphasis on post-treatment 12-Step programs.
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PP
1.0
My sister attended this facility first of four or five treatment centers. She is still not sober.
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