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Friendly staff, clean unit, allow patients to go outside and allows them to smoke cigarettes. Have a variety of different groups. My loved one is dual diagnosis and when he was having mental health issues during treatment his counselor didn't properly tend to the situation which resulted in my loved one feeling uncomfortable staying there. He discharged himself and entered a nearby psych hospital that he had experience with to cater to his mental health needs. The counsellors there could practice a little more compassion and patience with those dually diagnosed. Overall, the staff is very friendly. Some of the psychiatrists and drug counsellors could stand to brush up on their people skills. Not an overwhelming amount of NA/AA meetings but enough combined with other groups and activities make for a very decent program. They provide aftercare recommendations with an IOP both for addiction and mental health on the property. They also have psychiatric units on site. The property is nice, the building is clean, and at times, have provided a lot of help to my loved one (mostly through psychiatric.)
Location.lack of funds. I have been sober ever since I left the faciliy. I am 6 yrs sober.
The web site showed the facility as a walk on the beach, just outside. The beach is a mile away. I had no personal ability to control my daily life, let alone abstain from drinking/drugs. The extremely structured daily schedule helped helped my daily routine after rehab. However, I didn't follow outpatient care, Seafield almost insisted on. I thought AA alone would be enough, because I felt GREAT like Godzilla leaving. All the bills and my personal messes were still waiting and, without my girlfriends help, I would've surely relapsed and did 6 months after inpatient treatment. Seafield taught me to follow the rules and I didn't follow through. Daily AA meeting were NOT enough those early days after rehab. I"m an addictive person. Without continued support and help on a daily basis, I'll never keep the spiritual condition called Happiness of Self. I have to give my will to GOD (higher power) every day and be ready to help another, suffering from my condition. That's right. Give it away to get it and way way more then words can describe.
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