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I went through this facility twice. The first time I just wasn’t ready for treatment. The counselors were very patient with me and tried very hard to work with me on my addiction and I just didn’t want to comply. 13 mo. Later I was ready and knew this was the right treatment center for me. They again were very patient, helped me gain employment and now even provide transportation to work. This was very important as I don’t have a DL. The program fees are very fair -$170/wk. The structure, guidance and counselors are the best in the area ( I’ve been to just about all of them). I stayed 1.5 yrs in their recovery home - $150/wk. Again, very fair! The bottom line is they offer all the right pieces to guide me in recovery. Although it was truly up to me, I’m grateful for what they’ve done to help me maintain my sobriety (3 yrs and going). They care and will help you as long as you’re ready! I sponsor and still stay active in recommending those in need.
Must have been very effective. Son has been sober 25 years; husband is into his 3rd year. Were persistent in their treatments and caring manner. Too easy to walk out before treatment is finished. I understand this but there should be a contract signed that obligates the person to stay a certain length of time, to give the program a chance.
This treatment center changed my life! Not only did it treat my addiction, but I learned how to be a better person.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.