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Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center

86 Palmetto Road, Rayville, Louisiana, 71269
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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 3.4
    Avg. score from 62 reviews
  • 3.4
    Accommodations & Amenities
  • 3.5
    Treatment Effectiveness
  • 3.4
    Meals & Nutrition
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Neesy
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Still have terrible memories since my stay for three months in 2018. Counselors laugh at someone who is hard of hearing in front of all the clients instead of helping them. Female Community picks and chooses which rules to follow. It changed daily. I have recovered and remain in recovery, due my family and friends not this place. It was like living in a cult.
Susan
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We were asked group to read out loud or homework. The counselor named Joseph called me out on what was my truth he is horrible, rude and I don’t want my son around him any longer.
Mike
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What a joke!! They show this cabin you will live in. There is 1 cabin that select people get to live in. The others get to live in crappy cabins with no heat or a/c and $40 a week to feed 5 grown men. And Dr Michael McCormick is the biggest sham of a DR if there ever was one. Only cares about the money.
Aaron
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Disregard the negative reviews as most were probably left by those who, voluntarily or involuntarily, left early. Whether you stay 30, 60 or 90 days, go with an open mind and help will find you. This is just a serious place for those serious about getting better. In closing, rehab was never intended to be a vacation and if the counselors are hard on you, it\'s for a good reason....trust the process.
Suzy
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It was a bad experience for me. I grew up poor so it wasn’t the bad living conditions. They demoralized and bully you in an attempt to break you down. When that doesn’t work...they use hypnosis....right in front of 10 other people in your group. It has a cultish feel to it. But when your insurance runs out, you have 24 hours to find a ride home no matter how far away it is...no matter what horrors theY released. The hypnosis thing that was done to me in front of 10 other group members was at the very least negligent. It maybe good for some people. BUT, IT WAS NOT FOR ME. The first meeting in the mornings is to pressure you to tell on other people for breaking the rules...like walking outside the smoke gazebo with a cigarette...very petty crap.....and they get punishments. It’s sick.