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The workers who are ex addicts tell there life story and it gives you hope. All of the speakers are incredibly inspiring. This was a great place that had gotten me through my 4 year addiction of heroin and now i am living the life i have always wanted, one day at a time!. Highly reccomend this rehab to anyone and everyone.
I completed PHP treatment at Water Gap Wellness, and I would highly recommend it! The staff is extremely helpful, caring and knowledgeable. They addressed my alcohol abuse and anxiety issues with Recovery and Mindfulness/DBT/CBT therapy and set up outpatient aftercare. They also assisted me with my employment disability benefit issues. The facility is beautiful as well!
From the very beginning of stepping foot into this program, I felt very comfortable with the natural vibe and environment I was put in. I have been to many programs (unfortunately), but BWR helped me reach a point of no return, to the way I was living before. Without the unceasing support from my therapist , and the healing I received throughout the 6 weeks I was there, I don't know if I'd be still sober today, just for today! BTW, the review about the food, not sure what that person is talking about because the food was well above my standards. Willing to bet that same person was eating out of dumpsters before coming to BWR. Thank you, BWR! For saving my life
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