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They took her for daily exercise, aid her to bathroom, help clean up mess and help fill out meal menus. Gets irritated after calling them more than 3 times. Doesn't seem caring enough. Its good but it could be better .
Overall the treatment was good. The individual counseling needs more allotment. The counselors that lead group therapist was the most helpful to me personally.
I am deeply disappointed in your facility. I am still paying for the care given to one of my friends. Deni Carise on the commercial states your mission is for a save, healing, and long lasting recovery. I have found this to not be true. It is like the place is revolving door, with no aftercare, and only interested in the money. I have 2 people living with me who went to RCA. One went to Devon, and despite the Dr. saying she needed to stay at least another day, they sent her home. A week or two later, she was back on using the needle. She agreed to go away to a place that they set up, but the place would not take her because of some of the medication she was on. Never received any additional help. The other person wanted to go at the same time, and he was sent to one of the NJ locations. He begged to get an extension since he had been on drugs for over 15 years, but they only allowed him a week. They gave no after care follow-up. Within a couple of weeks he was back on the needle as well.
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