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U can not blame a facility for having to discharge someone because your insurance refused to pay yes most rehabs do care about their clients but still have to make money would u get up an go to work for free and as far as fighting cravings if its that bad get him in somewhere else this not the I my treatment available and no they can't u call you and tell u ur child was discharged there are laws in place that prevents that from happening and from your little rant I'm sure that part of your child's problem is that you or him doesn't know how to take responsibly for your actions why was he not admitted into a different facility why did u not contact your insurance company oh that's right because u want to blame anyone but you or your coddled kid stop breast feeding your grown man baby and look at the real problem
I was admitted in January 2012 and I have been sober since. I was impressed with how helpful and professional the staff was.
The Massie Unit staff and program saved my daughter's life. They reached her when nothing or no one else could. Introducing her to NA/AA meetings was the greatest help to her. She is now on the cusp of one year of being clean of heroin. I am eternally grateful to the staff for helping my daughter and our family.
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