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Effective, long term, innovative, different, highly individualized, very reasonably priced, amazing staff, private, comfortable. I had gone to over a dozen traditional treatments in 10 years and was addicted to opiates. Every one of them was very similar , the idea was to keep me from home and in a controlled environment while the world around me kept progressing and changing. I would do very well in every place I went, but would come home and leave the "bubble" only to come home and relapse. Aware Recovery Care walked with me to help me learn and live recovery. Their special attention to family systems work was like none other. I could work, goto school, spend time with friends, and live with support and guidance. Aware came to my home and helped me get my life back on track.
Pleased with the experience, the staff, and the facility as a whole.
It feels almost impossible to express my gratitude and love for Eden Hill--the program, the staff and the house. I went to Eden Hill convinced I would leave after 30 days, but within a week I knew I was going to stay longer and ended up living there 5 months. Before arriving at Eden Hill I had spent the last decade of my life in a hopeless and unmanageable state. I was debilitatingly depressed, unemployable, and incapable of functioning even on a basic level. When I was doing my intake, the director, looked at me and told me I was going to be okay. And I believed her. I arrived there in January of 2016, and this coming January I will be celebrating three years of sobriety. At Eden Hill I learned that I was worthy of recovery, and that my past does not need to define me. I learned that I could have fun in sobriety and form the meaningful relationships with women that I had always craved. In making my bed everyday, I got to begin each day with an accomplishment, which I would build on throughout the day in the groups. I have never felt more safe and loved anywhere in the world. It changed my life, and helped me become the version of myself I always wanted to be. Eden Hill will always be a home to me. I know that any time I need, I can simply show up at the door there will be someone to welcome me in lovingly and tell me that I'm going to be okay, just like my very first day there.