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Three Rivers Behavioral Health

2900 Sunset Boulevard, West Columbia, South Carolina, 29169
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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 2.9
    Avg. score from 34 reviews
  • 3
    Accommodations & Amenities
  • 2.9
    Treatment Effectiveness
  • 3
    Meals & Nutrition
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Andy
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Very dirty showers as well as the shower curtains. Who knows when they were last cleaned or changed. Couldn't get soap in the bathroom. Most MHT s were very nice. Some nurses and Social Workers were absolute witches not doing anymore than they were required. I WOULD NOT recommend this place to anyone. Woman in the cafeteria serving line had the personality of a rattle snake. How miserable can a group of people be? The food was far below good. Doctors? Pitiful.
john
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My son was a combat Marine, serving tours in Fallujah and Ramadi, and currently suffers PTSD, and alcohol dependency. He admitted himself to 3 Rivers, having been unable to negotiate the hurdles to receiving care at the VA. As a parent and retired psychologist, I believe I have a reasonable idea regarding the etiology of my son\'s pathologies. The six day course of \"evaluation\" and \"treatment\" at 3 Rivers exposed nothing short of incompetence and malpractice in my opinion. He was abruptly diagnosed with a severe mood disorder, had his current medication regimen stopped, completely changed, and then abruptly reversed 48 hours later, and was discharged with little more than an outdated list of AA meetings and a referral to the VA. He would have been clinically better off spending a week in a homeless shelter.
L.D.
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I was treated very poorly and without respect. I am a professional with a 4-yr college degree and didn't like being treated like I had a moral shortcoming. I have the disease of addiction. In three days, we were allowed outside for 45 minutes total. Facility was extremely cold and the food was extremely salty . If you got to know the staff, they began to treat you like a human being. They're not all bad.
Anonymous
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It was outpatient treatment and was very helpful.
Anonymous
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The treatment at this facility seems better than other similar facilities. The patients were given chances to socialize as well as exercise. Security was a top priority here. The facility has very good physicians and counselors. The layout of the facility helps aid patient recovery. The facility is limited in space.