Texas (TX) > Rehab Centers in Fort Worth, TX
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2.2
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2209 S. Main Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76110

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  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

Treatment Center Settings

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Facility Highlights

Aftercare Support System

Therapeutic Community

Social Skills Development

Treatment Center Philosophy

Cenikor is committed to helping people deal with behavioral health issues and addictions by providing a full continuum of care. Cenikor has a variety of programs including short-term and long-term inpatient programs, detoxification, outpatient and intensive outpatient services. Cenikor also provides adolescent short-term inpatient treatment, outpatient and intensive outpatient care.

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

William L. Bailey II
President/CEO

Bill Bailey has been President and CEO of Cenikor Foundation since 2004. Since his involvement with Cenikor, Bill has provided insightful leadership that has ignited a movement to continue Cenikor’s growth to include the full continuum of care. With almost three decades of executive leadership and development knowledge, he specializes in strategic planning, board development, philanthropy, community development, and corporate partnerships to assist local communities. Bill is a graduate of Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Arts in Real Estate Finance.

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Jerry Hall, LCSW, LCDC
Senior Vice President

Jerry Hall is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. He obtained his MSW from University of Houston in December 2006, and passed the national exam for LMSW in April of 2007, and the national exam for Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 2011. Jerry also received his B.B.A. in Accounting from West Texas State University in 1985. He was the Regional Vice-President of Cenikor’s Deer Park facility from May 2004 to April 2008. Jerry held the position of Vice President of Program and Clinical Services from April 2008 until December 2010. He is currently the Senior Vice President for the Foundation and is located in Waco, Texas. Jerry has 18 years of experience working with the chemically dependent. His role includes program development and implementation, training staff in a variety of areas including quality assurance, clinical competencies, and regulatory compliance­­­­.

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A
1.0
Work camp..treatment is last on their scale of importance. Lowest pay in the state. High turnover with staff. Dont go here when there are really good centers for treatment. This place is awful
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Shirley
No Rating
I t changed my life completely and got me and back on track I am blessed
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Andrew
1.3
I graduated from Cenikor: Fort Worth in 2010. It’s hard to believe it’s been 8 years. I cleaned my life up after I got out, went on to get a college degree, became a decent person at the end of the day. I credit at least some of that to being sober for the 21 months I was in Cenikor. But I don’t want you to think for a second that Cenikor helped me recover from my addiction. Addiction is a serious psychological problem that is only the surface level symptom of deep, deep emotional trauma and shame. Cenikor’s philosophy is that they bombard you with stressful situations and force you to work ungodly hours at backbreaking or stressful jobs with the aim of toughening your “sober muscles” up. And believe me, it works. I value my sobriety now. But you can’t just treat people with that—they need serious, intensive therapy to work through the emotional distress of recovery, of being incarcerated, of being punished every day for the most minor and human things. Cenikor provides the absolute lowest standard of that. I needed help and I just didn’t get it in that place. I learned how to work and deal with things. But recovery should be about encouragement and love, something I found very little of in that hellish place. If you know you need 21 months of work and sobriety to sober up, then give Cenikor a try, but know that you will not come out of that place without a few more scars and some serious therapy to do when you get out. I would never send anyone I loved here. Ever.
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MS
1.0
Don’t waste your money or your time. They sell you a line of garbage to get you in the door but, once you’re there, you find out it was a bunch of crap and the program is NOTHING like what they tell you it will be. I would have given it zero stars if possible. There are so many better programs out there.
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H
No Rating
Do not waste your money or time. They do not care about you or your family. They only want the money they can get from you or your family.
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Robert Br
1.0
I wish that the people that are forced to be there by the courts were seperated from those who just want to get well.
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Anonymous
2.0
This place was awful. Worked too many hours. No recovery involved. Lies on lies.... Will never recommend this hell to anyone
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KB
4.3
Great
Quality program with people who truly care about helping addicts rebuild through recovery. Good place to start over, if you\'re willing to try.
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Dre
1.0
The staff for the most part are caring and helpful, until you try to contact your family. Then they turn into liars and play games with you. Pretending the \"phones don\'t work\" when they are clearly receiving calls right in front of you. Like your a complete idiot and can\'t see what\'s going on. Shame on them. That\'s wrong on so many different levels. That\'s why I had to leave, I can\'t be around people that want to isolate you.just like the drugs that your trying to get clean from.
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B
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Spent $200 dollars for an updated evaluation. The state won\'t even accept it since there is so many fields missing that is required. Waste of time, money, and reaching out to the company regarding the lack of \"evaluation\" along with refund/fixing the problem has taken months with no end in sight.
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bsh
4.3
Great
Our youngest daughter was on her way to dying when we found CENIKOR. The first 15 months she hated everyone, then a glimmer of hope, for she realized she felt good, looked good and acted good. She sailed through then and still helps out when she can.. YEA CENIKOR and Praise to GOD for letting her find it
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Anonymous
2.7
Removing one from their current situation for a long period if time. Makes clients work too long of hours and not enough counseling sessions. It removed me from a bad situation but no chances of rest even on weekend.
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Rosie
3.3
Good
Strengths: close in,miles, no financial keeping one from receiving help. Weaknesses: Not long enough, no exercise program. 28 days only "touched"on the problem. time is a factor. short staffed, fir lack of funding, no mental treatment.
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JD
2.3
Connected me with a safe house after
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