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It is affordable for the poor and middle class to get the help they need. Facility was old. It was too easy for patients to give up and leave. One of our children received treatment at Bristlecomb for 2 weeks. It was good to see him dry out and feeling better during our visits. Visits are available only during certain days and hours each week. Unfortunately the facility was too willing to let him "out" for the weekend after 2 weeks. He never showed back up on Monday as he fell right back into his addiction over the weekend. The staff seemed very nice, with a firm but fair approach. Apparently they do a lot of "group therapy" during the treatment as our child complained about he amount of "group" he had to attend - I would not say this is a good or bad thing, only that it was one of their methods.
This is a great facility and program. The staff is excellent and well trained in recovery. It is 12 Step based and it works.
If they offer you to meet in groups, do it. If they offer you to go to therapy do it. Not enough councceling. No help as to what to do when they get out.
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