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Rosecrance Belvidere Clinic

915 Alexandra Drive, Belvidere, Illinois, 61008
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  • 4
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Dawn
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Just beginning follow reviews. thank you for your kindness very nice person who scheduled my first appointment gave me the number to speak with a counselor right away found him to be brash he was not understanding rude and twisted your words hope counselor I am starting with is not like him so far my experience has not been very good but will give the true counselor a chance
Kevin R
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They like most rehabs are in bed with Alcoholics Anonymous. They force people to go to, I think, 3 meetings a week. Some people don\'t buy into AA. And you would think professionals would subscribe to a behavioral model instead of the AA disease model.