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I can't say enough about Spring Hill Recovery Center but in the interest of brevity and in no particular order: 1. The facilities are top shelf. 2. The food was way better than what I expected. 3. Having a well equipped gym to work out in was clutch and helped my recovery. 4. The staff was remarkable and caring. Specifically: A. Marcus is a tremendous asset to SH. All of his lectures/seminars were interesting and enlightening. His passion for what he does is clearly evident. B. My clinician Chelsea was caring and compassionate. C. Sarah showed exemplary professionalism and understanding from a placement and business standpoint. She put me at ease, thoroughly explained the program and accurately set my expectations. D. Nabil is energetic, smart and willing to listen. SH is fortunate to have him captaining the ship. He is a true leader. E. John is not only a knowledgeable nurse, but his personality and friendliness made me feel comfortable in an uncomfortable situation. F. Mo, Nick, Doug and Jeff did the tough job of tracking my whereabouts courteously. They allowed me to maintain my dignity during a humbling time.
Once you can finally get an appointment, they are wonderful. Great therepists.
I’ve been sober for almost 16 months now and it all started here! Great facility, great staff special thanks to Mike, Will, everyone there. I forgot a few names
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