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well maintained but gross food. people brought in drugs which made it hard to stay clean
I cannot recommend Pathways enough. The only complaint I can truly give is the quality of the food. But during my stay (December-January 2016-17) I did notice improvements in the meal quality. Considering how awesome the facility is though I don\'t think the food should discourage anyone from going to Pathways.
Everyone was wonderful. The Flumazenil treatment for Benzo detox did not work immediately. It may have taken a few months to reduce symptoms and provide some relief
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