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A beautiful facility and awesome,nurturing & caring staff who know personally about addiction. 12 step-based peer program - I learned so much about myself & life and the support I got saved my life and has changed my life...happily sober 2+ years now...I was made to feel like I "belonged" and they took care, no matter what age the residents were/are. Many chances to learn and grow...Lots of great spiritual motivation by the setting, nature walks & river-swims, healing circles, meditation, meetings, acupuncture, leisure activities at free time such as ART, gardening, cooking, writing, or volleyball & walks, gym, swimming! Daily sessions on reading or studying the 12 steps, living sober, reading, writing, journaling, group therapy/ies, also learning discipline & structure all over again, accountability, chores to maintain facility & foodservice, farming/gardening, etc. etc. Things I had forgotten all about - structure, hope, a chance to heal. It is the only rehab I have ever stayed at, but it was exactly the right one for me....I now enjoy every day as a miracle, and take each moment as it comes - sober and with love, faith, honesty and hope.
Their staff are intelligent, helpful and kind. They offer immense help, treatment and are great with coexisting disorders. The food wasn't great, not really any options for vegans or vegetarians. The food caused me to become ill at one point. The hospital is great for those who can afford it. However, it doesn't accept many Medicaid or Medicare insurances.
Strengths: Staff, lots of good meetings. Kept busy and if you really want to stay sober you will like any safe place to get started.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.