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caring counselors, you can tell that they genuinely care and don't just go through the motions like they do at other facilities can't think of any There is a book available titled "When the door opened". Several former patients were interviewed and shared their experiences in that book.
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A beautiful facility and awesome,nurturing & caring staff who know personally about addiction. 12 step-based peer program - I learned so much about myself & life and the support I got saved my life and has changed my life...happily sober 2+ years now...I was made to feel like I "belonged" and they took care, no matter what age the residents were/are. Many chances to learn and grow...Lots of great spiritual motivation by the setting, nature walks & river-swims, healing circles, meditation, meetings, acupuncture, leisure activities at free time such as ART, gardening, cooking, writing, or volleyball & walks, gym, swimming! Daily sessions on reading or studying the 12 steps, living sober, reading, writing, journaling, group therapy/ies, also learning discipline & structure all over again, accountability, chores to maintain facility & foodservice, farming/gardening, etc. etc. Things I had forgotten all about - structure, hope, a chance to heal. It is the only rehab I have ever stayed at, but it was exactly the right one for me....I now enjoy every day as a miracle, and take each moment as it comes - sober and with love, faith, honesty and hope.
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