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relive my stress and try to cope with my life. A lot of help to life3 in general
Bear River Health helped refresh the tools I had gained several years prior. I had a severe relapse with alcohol and as a single mom of 3 beautiful daughters I was miserable but physically couldn't stop drinking. The detox rooms were amazing and the nursing staff were beyond attentive and available to help me through the rough days. That was over 3 years ago. BRH teaches that there are many pathways to recovery as long as you have the willingness to do whatever it takes the tou can succeed too! Many of the staff members are recovering addicts/alcoholics which gives them a unique ability to understand and address your needs. The techs go above and beyond for the patients and help you with all the love and compassion they have. Bear River Health has been a desperately needed addition to the tip of the mitt!! So grateful they were here when I was headed for death. I feel blessed as an Alumni to have the opportunity to attend some meetings with current clients and show them it can be done and life is much more fun and enjoyable without drugs and alcohol. If you are seeking treatment Bear River Health at Walloon is the place to be.
I went to BDR back in August of 2016. It was my first treatment and only treatment so far. The staff was great. My counselor was amazing. The food was good for the most part. It helped me take a look at myself and helped me figure out what lied deeper than the drug addiction. I've been clean for almost2 years now and I've never felt better in my life. I walked in there as a 26 year old kid who couldn't take care of himself. When I left treatment I went to a sober living house which now I manage it. I'm currently on my 12th step in the NA fellowship. I am so grateful for BDR and everything it had to offer. It gave me another chance at life.