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I honestly don't know where to start. I have so much respect for this facility and this team. In the 8 weeks my son was in the IOP I was not necessarily hopeful, I went in thinking it might make a bit of an impact. I was SO wrong, not only did he finish his 8 weeks drug free, he came through those weeks with a sense of himself, with hope and a great experience with a community that he became very close to. One on one therapy, 4 nights a week of group therapy, one on one therapy with parents, one 3 hour family night a week. I could go on and on. This is my second involvement with a treatment center, and they are two totally different animals, The Meadows in Arizona came to us through a therapist, what a waste of time and a huge price tag, from intake to finish it was a disappointment, conversely Sandstone proved their program from day one, their involvement in every client is apparent, I am not assuming that, I heard it from almost every single client that was in my son's group, I experienced it in my therapy sessions with my son and with the weekly family nights. The very strange thing is I personally will miss the support of this group of people who make up the staff at Sandstone and my weekly family nights that I not only got to spend time with my son and his peers but to learn. I cannot recommend this facility enough if you are going through a crisis in your family or life, they truly CARE.
The staff and food were very supportive. The center is beautiful and well run.
Jaywalker Lodge was my saving grace. I\'ve always loved the outdoors and being adventurous, but my addiction stripped me of those things. Jaywalker Lodge taught me how to enjoy all of those things again. The alumni community of Jaywalker is what makes it work. I remember being in the Lodge and seeing all of the alumni come in for meals, and seeing how happy they were after going on mountain bike rides or shredding on the mountain all day. I thought to myself, \"This is what it\'s all about!\" I thought I would be doomed to a life of going to AA meetings everyday, and not really being happy. That was not the case at all. I have a life because of AA, but it is NOT my life. AA taught me how to get sober and stay sober, but Jaywalker taught me how to have fun in sobriety.