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My daughter entered near death from a five-year heroin addiction, and has since graduated from Canyon Crossing. She is clear eyed, determined to remain drug free, employed, has goals for the future, has a circle of like-minded friends and a great local support system. She's learned to live life, and have fun(!) without the need for a drug on board. Though I was very vigilant throughout her program, at no time did I see any form of abuse (although granted, this is a tough program and perhaps the level of self-discipline learned and standards of behavior seem very foreign to one engulfed by a lifestyle of addiction). In my experience, the staff is passionately committed to their clients, and the expertise of counseling is outstanding. My daughter's comment: "They won't let me just slide through on my stuff! It's hard, but awesome!" The level of communication with families, follow through, and follow up is one of Canyon's real strengths — the family is part of the team. Family weekends, held intermittently, are invaluable in rebuilding bonds and communication often lost during addiction. They can be grueling, but worth it. In any addiction, you have to want recovery, and want it badly enough to work for it, look deeply at issues, change behaviors. Canyon is not a summer camp, it is a well rounded, comprehensive program that offers a real foundation for a real future. As a parent "veteran," I recommend Canyon Crossing very highly. More importantly, so does my daughter.
At first, I hated this place. My therapist left and I got reassigned to a new one who was not on the level (bless her heart, I hope she's doing well now). My insurance dropped me halfway through, and when I called my provider, they told me they weren't receiving documents from the center. Then I dropped a dirty UA after coming coming back from an outside meeting (without having used, in any form at all), and the clinical director decided to not 'complete' my treatment. Also, they took the rock out thing away, which I was sore about for a little while (knowing I was being super petty). However, they did allow me to go to IOP after that fiasco, and I completed that. It was cool to have some extra accountability, and to finally fully complete something. During PHP, they took us to outside meetings, which was fantastic. I met a man who took me through a book and helped me find god behind paradise house (not flakes house, shameless plug). Being in this structured environment with an amazing case manager's assistance with FMLA leave from work was a huge help. They kept me separated from substances long enough to have an experience and a personality change. For that I am extremely grateful. I have since been engaged in hospitals and institutions work (for fun and for free) all across the country, and this place that I once hated for imagined slights, I now see is of a much higher caliber than all of the others I've been to. I consider myself lucky for having been here, and would suggest Pinnacle if a man were jittery or begged and required a definite hospital stay. 📘🛐
Started as court mandated but continued after completion of sentence. They take my insurance.