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Strengths: counseling services. Weaknesses: some people are admitted that should not be and are not there to get true help. My friend attended this program and recovered from an addiction and is now doing very well.
I'll start by saying the Oaks Recovery Center saved my son's life. Our family was introduced to addiction about 10 years ago. My wife and I were clueless. We had no idea how to deal with this terrible disease, but through trial and error we quickly learned what worked and what didn't for our son. He has been to facilities in Florida, Georgia and Alabama and was never able to "connect". Some were fancy, expensive facilities and some were hospital type facilities with locked doors. The Oaks offers an open environment. No locked doors. He connected and built relationships that helped him grow as a person. They are very involved in the community and they helped him find a job and provided the transportation. It helped him build self confidence and a sense of worth. The 12 step program that they offer and the fellowships that were made have continued to help him in his recovery. The initial entry cost is very affordable compared to the other facilities he went to. I've read some of the other reviews and I agree it's not the Hilton, but it's a clean sober environment and better than some of the rat holes he was affiliated with in the past. The facility continues improve and grow. My wife and I have visited the Oaks many times since my sons commencement, which has been almost 18 months, for different events like Thanksgiving, family meals and New Years fireworks and have met a lot addicts. We have always been welcomed and have built relationships with some of the residents. They are not bad people but sick people that need help. This disease does not discriminate. It touches all walks and no one's immune. We've known some that have walked away and some that have died but I believe that the majority are there because they want to live. They want to end the vicious cycle they're in and I will continue to help where I can to fight this horrible disease.
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