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Dawn Farm - Outpatient Services

315 North Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48104

Patient Reviews

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Megan
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Great staff. Great service
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Long term facility where you have to want to be there. Very hard to get into A eelarice of mine was addicted to crack and alcohol and he was there for well over a year and has been completely sober since
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Great workers, friendly, great programs, poor building. Dow farms helped me with my addiction and it was very easy.
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"The Farm got me to AA, AA got me through the Farm" is a saying we like to say!
William
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Dawn Farm offers a unique approach in that they encourage clients to interact with the community almost immediately. There is huge support within Ann Arbor and is a great facility and area for young people to find recovery. However, a downfall was the inconsistent enforcement policies.