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Very smooth is handling the intake, answered all our questions and fast administration Bit far away from us and there us only one rehab My son is of was a drug addict till he attended best drug rehab. As the parent of a child who is addicted to drugs, I can remember the pain and despair I felt trying to get him the help he needed. As a mother, you want nothing more than to protect your child from the painful, horrible things in the world. I couldn't do that, and as a result, my family was falling apart. I felt completely helpless. When I contacted Best drug rehab, I wasn't sure if I could get my son the help he desperately needed. He had hit rock bottom and I wasn't sure what else to do to help him get out of this mess. I was desperate. The woman who answered the phone was able to walk me through the insurance verification process and got him a flight ticket very quick, and organized they pick him up at the airport. In 24h he was in the rehab, being taken care of. I would have never though that it just took me a call to get him there, but it was true, and i was amazed at how quick and smooth everything went. My family and I are so proud of how far he has come with rehab and hard work and his commitment to sobriety. For now he is doing very well, he stays in contact with us, we get updates, and he is progressing well.
Multiple counselors to fit any disability and issue. Very quick getting patients with a therapist both at the hospital and at discharge. Fantastic doctor. Clean facility. Never felt uncomfortable speaking freely about what I was going through
My daughter has recently graduated from her program at Serenity Point Recovery. She’s doing so much better now. It’s pretty amazing to see how much she’s changed in such a short amount of time. When my daughter went to Serenity she had been on heroin for a little over a year and hadn’t gone through any rehab before. I was extremely relieved when she finally agreed to get help. My daughter had been on heroin for a little over a year and in that time she went from being a sweet, happy girl to someone who was mean and honestly pretty hateful most of the time. A couple weeks after she got to Serenity she called me crying, saying she hated it there and that she wanted to come home. Promised to do whatever I wanted her to do, go to meetings, whatever I wanted. Her father and I had decided that we wouldn’t help her leave rehab. So neither of us agreed to let her come home to either of our houses. She probably would’ve still left had the staff there not convinced her that she truly needed the program and that she couldn’t get clean and stay clean without some serious help. So, she decided to stay and that was the point where everything changed for her. She started taking everything more seriously and working hard to get everything out of her program that she could. I’m so grateful to those staff members who helped convince her to stay. Without them I have no idea where my daughter would be but it definitely wouldn’t be anywhere good. One of the things that helped with that was that some of the people working there have had to overcome their own struggles with addiction. When she was trying to leave no matter what I said to her all she would say was that I didn’t understand what she was going through because I have no idea what it’s like to addicted to heroin. She’s right, I don’t have any idea what it feels like to be on heroin or what the detox off of it is like. The staff that convinced her to stay however, they did know what it was like and so my daughter actually listened to them. It made a difference to her to know that some of the staff she worked her on her program knew what she was going through and had overcome their own struggles with addiction. My daughter now is doing really well. She’s been home for a while now and hasn’t had any relapses. She got a job and is doing really well with it. She’s makes it there on time and does her work well. I wouldn’t wish for any parent to have to go through what I went through with a child that’s addicted to some substance. However, if you do find yourself in that position Serenity Point Recovery is where you should send them. It’s a place that can and will help them.
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