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Crouse Hospital Commonwealth Place Residential Program

6010 East Molloy Road, Syracuse, New York, 13211

Patient Reviews

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Treatment quality was effective.
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Great rooms. No tv. Did a great job with my son.
JW
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Loved it. Unfortunately insurance would only cover a week the second time I went in because I wasn\'t \"mandated\" like most of the other women which really stinks because 1/2 of them don\'t want to be there and someone like me who really wanted to stay was asked to leave on my 7th day. Very sad and wish I could of gotten more help..
Anonymous
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A pretty good facility but needs to improve holistic offerings and family participation.
Barbara
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Strengths: Excellent access to staff. Good coordination of programs Fairness to clients. Weaknesses: Outdated conditions in some rooms. Not enough time outside. Very caring counselors and staff members. Access to medication assisted therapy. Ample opportunities to see physician's assistant or nurse if necessary.