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My stay at Banyan was very effective and I learned a lot about myself. The therapists are really great and take a lot of time processing information both individually and in a group setting. The most amazing people were the techs, they were always there to chat whenever you needed someone to talk to. They also went out of there way to make everyone comfortable. Even when my family came for visits, the staff went above and beyond to make everyone welcome and put a table in the room so everyone could comfortably sit and had toys for my niece and nephews to play with while I was talking with my family. I could not have asked for a more caring team!
My time at Water Gap Wellness was life changing. I had daily access to medical attention from Dr and regular individual sessions with my therapist. I was able to work through so much, and I feel the best I ever have about my future! If they would let me, I would stay at Water Gap forever. The food is great with variety and vegetarian options. The bedrooms are huge and come with big TV's and Hulu, Amazon Prime, and fast internet. There are lots of living room areas to lounge or watch a movie with others, and right out the back door is the golf course and the most incredible sunsets you can imagine...and the Appalachian Trail is literally right next door too. In every way, Water Gap Wellness really is exceptional.
Teaching an addict how to live in reality would be a good start. Only centering treatment on the 12 step program is not for everybody. Support, understanding and self reliance need to b taught... why you are an addict, dual-diagnosis patients need to know there is a connection called self-medicating, drugs and alcohol to relieve some unseen pain can be managed or as myself use my mania for good. I went back to school when I was 49 yrs old, u am studying human services, psychology and now biology to fulfill my understanding. Sober for 8 years going in, my major changed 2 times until I found my passion... I have started an organic farm business to deliver food to elderly, disabled or people unable to obtain the healthiest freshest foods of their local harvest. Next spring I will be working with 2 halfway houses planting a garden and teaching those in recovery and/or those transitioning from prison, how to grow, maintain, harvest and cook health and life back into their ailing minds and bodies. Sometimes bodies are balanced by turning soil, kneeling amongst flowers and vegetables, the beginning of nurturing yourself thus being grateful for the abundance of light, life, sustance and hopefully peace. At Roxbury being able to go outside and walk... think...all fresh foods may help more people 'recover and be healthier.