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Strengths: Department Head Weaknesses: Pricing and policies If there for kegal reason. If there for kegal reason do not admit to even thinking of using...5 years gone.
Our daughter attended this treatment center and we were very pleased with all aspects of the program. We highly recommend this center and its staff for you or your loved one who is dedicated and determined to work hard at breaking the addiction cycle by utilizing gods word as the programs fundamental source.
Faith Home-Greenwood is hallowed ground. I wound up there broken and done with life 25 months ago today. For ten years I had wanted to die and had attempted suicide twice in that time. The only things that eased the pain( albeit temporarily) were alcohol and drugs....and those had ceased to work. I was driven there from Southeast Texas by my father, who knew of Faith Home because an employee of his had gone there. I was introduced to AA, given a job, and over the course of the next 2 months, a host of spiritual tools that have allowed me to lead a reasonably happy life free of the alcohol and drugs I relied on for so long. Sure, there were a few guys there who weren\'t looking to recover. Nobody forced me to hang with them though. The vast majority of guys(80+%, I\'d say.) wanted the same thing I did. I haven\'t had to put a drink or drug in since November 8, 2013; the day I got to Faith Home. For that I will be forever grateful to God, Faith Home, on staff member in particular, and all the great friends I met over the two months that turned out to be the start of my life.
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