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My name is Andy and I went to this center a few months back. My mother made the initial call and spoke to an intake counselor who was very helpful in answering all of her questions. He always was honest, helped her along the way and helped me with questions I had as well. He made my mother feel secure in her decision and he made sure that all of her concerns were answered before she sent me here. I think we both felt at ease knowing that we were getting so much help before I even got here. So that was step one. When I got to the airport I had a gentleman waiting for me to transport me back to the detox and center and he was just as friendly and helpful as I could have hoped for. He understood that I was uncomfortable. He got me something to drink so I stayed hydrated and all in all it went smoothly. I did my intake when I got to the center and that was signing a few admission papers and that was smooth as well. I did not have or notice any problems upon coming into the center. When i got to the detox I was cranky and tired and the staff understood that. They did what they had to in terms of getting me admitted and made me comfortable as well. It takes a certain kind of person to deal with people of addiction and they do a great job. They are very concerned for our well being while we are here. I felt safe, well taken care of and got the help the I needed while detoxing. A short time after that I was transferred to the main building where I was now set to start my recovery program. I was not sure what to expect, but there was so much to do and consider. There were so many different groups to attend and they were there to help me find something I was interested in. I loved that I actually had a say in how things went. Bottom line is not all things work for everyone and I think you really have to have a good attitude and be willing to get the help. We need to look at life and be thankful for the opportunities that we are given, and this is one opportunity that I am thankful I was given. It has changed my life and it all started with my mom making one call and that one intake counselor that put in the time and effort to make me try something that I was not able to try on my own without help. I hope that this inspires someone to go and get some help and take an opportunity that is handed to them it may be the last step to you getting the help you need before you are writing a review of your own telling someone the same thing.
I went here Because it was long term and all women rehab.
Compassion. Need to get beyond the addiction to the cause better. Since most of the staff are recovered addicts it is very comfortable.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.