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I am a former client of Pinnacle Peak Recovery and the program literally saved my life; helped start the process of healing my family, my relationship. The way they run groups is one of my favorite things about this place. Each group only has give or take 8 people in them instead of every single client in one room together. I noticed and felt everyone had the chance to talk and heal and no one could go unnoticed or just \"coast\" through. Everyone of the staff members always took time to help me, guide me through a difficult time, Give me direction; they truly cared. For the first time in recovery I worked on not just physically getting better by stopping using herion, meth etc, but I had the opportunity to go to the gym with PPR 5 days a week. Working on my physical health, being able to buy my own healthy good, \'ake my own meals and work out, along with my emotional mental and spiritual has made such a huge difference in my attitude and recovery over all!
These employees are absolutely remarkable in their devotion to doing the right thing for the residents. Because the facility is small, the number of residents is also small which provides both a more peaceful and quiet environment as well an opportunity to individualize treatment and family-like setting. Because each resident's program is reviewed every day by the clinical team, schedules change regularly and some of the residents initially feel bothered by that. Transformation happens here and it is a joy and privilege to get to be a part of it!
Good facility, altho very expensive. Most attendees very young (teens), and really did not get the big picture, and by parent paying the bill, they did not really take this seriously.....many, many relapsed after leaving.