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I would like to say that this treatment center could not have been better for my recovery. I was addicted to opiates for 8 years from the age 14 years old to 22. I arrived at Rainbows at 22 years old and I turn 24 in two days. I was there for 2 and a half months.. I saw people get their light (yes, light as in their eyes) back. The treatment works if you want and allow it. A treatment center can\'t keep you, your loved one, or anyone else sober when they leave the facility. There is no magic button to keep someone sober. My counselor guided me on how I was going to navigate life after leaving. I moved from Las Vegas to Boise, ID. I went into a sober living for 6 months. I was in intensive outpatient for 9 months. You will not find another treatment center that cares about you more than these people do, I promise. I have been gone over a year and still remains close friends to my peers there.
NPR truly changed my life. Every memeber of staff there genuinely care about you and your life. I learned so much there about addiction, and my mental illnesses. Best rehab ever!!
It's too soon to rate the treatment effectiveness for our young adult son, but we are grateful for this program and very happy with what we've seen so far. The counselors we met were caring and professional. The 3-day family session was very beneficial and we almost missed it. Our son's counselor who called to tell my husband about family week, did not give any detailed information or express how valuable or important it would be. Had it not been for our daughter strongly urging both of us to go, my husband would've missed it--and that would've been unfortunate. Even though I felt that our son's counselor could've been more assertive in his communication with us, our son liked his "laid back" approach as a counselor. The meals are Standard American Diet, but thankfully, they include a well-stocked salad bar. This program is based on the 12-steps, but only step 1 is required to complete the program. The required AA meetings may not be the best fit for everyone, but the overall program seems like it would be beneficial for anyone.