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Strengths: Flexibility with appointments and very friendly. My experience has been very comfortable and easy. The only down fault in my opinion is the desks that the counselors have to work at are very small and do not look very professional.
Apparently the standard of care you get may vary from unit to unit. The unit I was on was fantastic. The drs, nurses, therapists, and mental health workers were great. When they see you\'re having a hard time, someone takes the time to check in with you and see what if anything they can do to help you. You are involved in every step of your treatment. I was able to request a chaplain to talk to when I just needed that extra boost and it only took a little while for her to get there. Some of the rooms they used for meeting with patients weren\'t quite appropriate. Some are very small and feel like a fish bowl. Some are very open. One particularly made me anxious as it was where they put combative patients in a solitary situation til they can integrate safely. That room made me nervous and anxious as the door to the other room was inside the room where you sometimes meet your doctor. While I was there, no one was ever in that room (there is a screen in there to monitor the patient). Very nervous in that room, so I recommend asking another if that bothers you. As for food, I have special reasons I didn\'t eat the main meal. They let me sit down with a nutritionist and make a meal plan that worked for me. Expect the first day or two to be mentally exhausting (especially if it is your first time), but the staff will try to comfort you in any way possible except contact (there is a no touch policy so no hugs from staff or patients, only visitors). Bring your own deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, and tissues. The deodorant is a gender neutral roll on. The shampoo is baby wash. The conditioner smelled like coconut butter, and the tissues were like sand paper. If you have a gentle behind, bring something you\'re more comfortable with for toilet paper too. They have single ply which is just as rough as the tissues. They hold 3-4 group activities to work on life skills every day plus additional activities (like relaxation groups and spiritual meetings. You are not required to attend ANY of them, but attendance is part of your treatment so it is encouraged. They can be a lot of fun, thought provoking, and make the day go by faster. I left knowing that in the event I am in crisis again, this is a good option for me and I would definitely be open to going back if I need help again. The horrors you read about mental hospitals just didn\'t apply for me here. I felt safe and warm and comfortable working through my issues with my team.
Codac South county took my boyfriend\'s take homes priveledges away during corona virus pandemic, after being clean and compliant for 8 years straight because either a nurse confused him as another patient and said he ripped a paper off the wall and threw it at her or the nurses are liars. I was in the clinic because we drive together on the day they are saying he did it, so they are either lying to destroy his livelihood and make him relapse or they have him confused with someone else. They also tried to take my take homes away because I said I hate this fucking place, and the reason i said I fuckin hate this place is because I made sure to update my phone # with them when corona virus started because we were going from biweekly take homes to monthly and my appointments would now be through counseling. A month went by my counselor didn\'t call me but my Bfs counselor had called him, when I went in the front desk lady didn\'t say anything about them not being able to reach me. Next month both of us get no call from our counselor when we go in they tell me that I missed all these phone calls for 2 months, so I told them it\'s not possible because I received no voicemail, come to find out they recorded my number incorrectly. I have them update my # again. They tell me no big deal and it was their bad for not updating my # and to just make sure to return phone calls from my counselor from this point on. The next week im out i come home to a voicemail from my supervisor threatening that ill lose my take homes if I dont call her back. I call her back and ask her why shes threatening my livelihood when this is the 1st vm she left me at voicemail. 1pm on a Friday at that and i didnt get home till 1:50 which is 10 minutes b4 codac closes for the weekend so im litterally having an anxiety attack thinking shes gonna take away my take homes if i dont get threw to her on the phone fast enough. So yeah i said that i hate the fucking clinic i dont think that gives them a valid reason to try and take my take homes away with no reason. I\'m sorry but if I have clean urines for 8 years, i work full time, and im not violent towards any1 in clinic, also i live 30 minutes from clinic and i cant afford to drive there daily and they know that which shows how much they care if I relapse. There is no reason why this clinic should be trying to revoke my take homes, this clinic has been nothing but hell for me to go to for years I\'ve had to be talked down to or have my livelihood held over me like I\'m walking on eggshells. I hope the director is fired for these decisions and I won\'t stop till I get justice. They\'ve agreed to give my take homes back because they didn\'t have a valid reason to take them but they won\'t even listen to us when we tell them my bf did not do what they said, my bf has been in trouble at clinic once in past for getting angry and yelling but he owned up to it because he actually did it he didn\'t do anything to warrant this and it\'s crazy. They won\'t tell us when he can get his take homes back or what he needs to do to get them back. The only paper he has ever presented to the dosing nurse was one he was handed by the nurse Michelle and put down on the dosing counter in front of the dosing nurse to ask if we would be required to wear masks and that he shouldn\'t have to wear a mask for entrance, the nurse replied idk Paul ask Michelle and he said I know I\'m just saying, so if this is what they are referring to that\'s not ripping a paper of a wall and throwing it at someone. We have been going to Codac since Apr 2011 if my bf was going around throwing stuff he would have never lasted this long or maintained his take home status. I almost feel like they\'re reaching for an excuse to get us out of the clinic because my bf and myself let them know when we are displeased with them. Regardless of what happens to me and my bf I want to out them for treating patients this way. This is long but I tried to include all recent events.
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