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Genuinely caring and kind with knowledgeable staff...tons of insight and enlightenment given to absorb. Positive experience...If an individual is REALLY serious and TOTALLY committed to getting better and receiving treatment, this facility is also committed and serious about the treatment and care for its patients that do. I did not want to leave. No insurance and limited finances kept me from staying longer. They will try and help you with finances if possible. They made every effort to help me. But their resources were limited at the time I was there. They tried.
The Staff Is wonderful with the job they do and are there any time the patience need them. They are great at reading between the lines and don't put up with the drama and treat the situatians fairly. While I was there they started a program for older adults (40 plus), they recieved a lot of complaints on the younger patients telling their war stories so they started that program and it was working well. I thought they should start a program that separated the frequent flyers into their own group and maybe approached their treatment a little different. While working at this facility, I have seen some succeed (who I am very proud of) and those who have repeated the treatment process over and over. It's heart breaking to see anyone have to repeat the program. It was hard to take hearing that someone left treatment and died. I just wish that every patient could take a step back and see that they are loved ,special and worthy of having a better life no matter how they got here. Anyone that would choose this facility , honestly choose to work the program, taking their sobriety and LIFE seriously can succeed and can live such a better life. Life is what you make it
They keep your family involved and they continue to offer free and informative sources when you leave the facility and I think a big part is they offer open AA meetings while you are a patient which we feel gives you a look into the real world of recovery.