I’ve attended the partial hospitalization program five times at Dewey, have done intensive outpatient therapy three times, and outpatient individual therapy three times. I’m still seeing my therapist there after three years clean and sober. The only reason I never did residential was because of my insurance denying me, and the staff fought hard to get me in, to no avail. I struggled a lot with authority and trying to do things my way, and it led to a lot of relapses, but my last treatment there I finally started trying the things suggested-I was willing to do anything to stop using heroin and alcohol. There is a variety of wellness activities offered during the day, and different support group meetings every evening on the grounds. The new building is amazing, and has its own cafeteria now with great food. If you’re willing to put in the work, the staff is there to help you every step of the way, from the doctors to the nurses to the techs.