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This was the best of all the rehabs I attended over the years of my addiction. (Saranac Lake) The food was amazing and we were taught manners at the dinner table. We talked about our deepest issues in small group. The Spirituality is unmatched anywhere, and I'm not Catholic!!!! I had two very deep spiritual connections with my God while staying here and doing the work I was asked to. The year was 1997 it was winter we shoveled lots of snow and went to outside meetings in Lake Placid and other local areas even if it was snowing. The family week was amazing though I did not like many things said, I needed to hear it. I needed to hear about everything that was said to me. I took it all in. Though I did use again after leaving I soon became clean and have been so for many years with no desire to ever go back. I think it was this place that saved my life it is by far the only place I would ever send one of my family members to!
I can’t really compare my experience to anywhere else being it was my first experience in rehab. Treatment gets 3 stars because honestly i wasn’t ready to be serious. When my assigned counselor realized that tho, she automatically gave up on me and called me “a waste of a bed.” My 8.5 month old, who i never spent a day away from, got terribly sick and i had to beg for phone privileges on days that weren’t my phone days to check on her. No empathy at all. I ended up leaving ama bc i wasn’t able to contact her as much as any first time mother of a sick infant would’ve liked to. I just couldn’t concentrate on the program knowing she was sick and i wasn’t there. A lot of the staff are pretty cold. Not strict. Just cold. Very nice and clean place. They let u smoke. And meals were pretty good honestly. If ur distracted or not serious enough, just leave. Cuz they won’t give a flying fck about u or ur sobriety
Well trained staff. Meals were bad. I found the facility very helpful.
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