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Princeton House Behavioral Health - Princeton HealthCare System

905 Herrontown Road, Princeton, New Jersey, 08540
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I am a physician. My son was treated for BPD in crises. The psychiatrist, social worker and staff were excellent. They treated him effectively within 2 weeks. They were very communicative so we were able to follow his treatment and progress. We spoke to him every day. Meds were essential. Group, art therapy and yoga were helpful. Therapies taught him what helped and what did not. I highly recommend this facility.
Kevin
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Do not go here. They do not care if someone lives or dies. My fiancé checked in there 9 days ago. We are all so relieved. She suffers from borderline personality disorder, and has a very bad eating disorder. She was down to 90 pounds. She agreed she needed the help and checked herself in. What a big step. She was on various medications other doctors prescribed over the years. The doctors there decided to take her off those, which we both agreed was a good idea as well, as long as she was under a doctors supervision. Then 8 days into her treatment she was told she had to leave due to rules violations. A group of nurses entered her room packed all her things and forced her under duress to sign her discharge papers. She was detoxing while this was happening. So much for the hypocritical oath. How can anyone who cares about another human being do this. She has problems, and to just remove her with no additional care is just plain wrong. We are now struggling to find her help. Since she signed the papers no one at the hospital can help. She is not in her right mind thanks to these and they have no issue throwing you out on the street before your care is completed. Find somewhere to go, if you care about yourself or your loved ones.
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They are terrible. No communication amongst staff whatsoever. Not reliable at all. Avoid if you can.
BP
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Princeton house saved mylife once. If you\'re in crisis they will help.
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Strengths include a rigorous schedule and lots of groups throughout the day. It's really cool that most of the staff is also in recovery, and the counselors are truly interested in helping the patients achieve their treatment goals. Inconsistency between staff members (some people enforce rules more strongly than others, medication and meal times change very frequently, etc), pay phones are very expensive, women are only allowed to smoke in a very small area while men have a large area to use. Compared to other treatment facilities, Sunrise House is very serious about recovery. There are no spas or crazy amenities, but if you are serious about getting better this is the place to go. The staff run lots of groups, everyone gets an individual counselor whom you see once a week, and Monday through Friday you will meet in small groups with your primary counselor and peers. The food, honestly, is pretty good, and there are some snacks available throughout the day. The patients are always supportive of one another and are generally a pretty good group. I can't speak for being an alumnus, because I am still here, but I have heard good things from the people I know who have graduated the program.