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The rooms on the east dorm are humid, musty and have black mold. They will tell you is mildew to avoid taking care of it. Don't fall for it. The rooms also have no locks, so your stuff will probably get taken by other clients. My tablet was taken on day #2 by an unstable client. Clothes were taken from drawers, full laundry bags went missing, phones and even food disappear. The facility's ridden with Covid19, even if you take all precautions (hand washing/sanitizing, mask, disinfecting your room) you can still get it as the common areas are never cleaned and hand sanitizer machines were empty for 2 weeks at a time. You could find trash from the previous week in the classrooms. Also when some clients tested positive for Covid19 the day went business as usual, no isolation for the whole class and no cleaning of that area. And once you DO get Covid19 you are no longer a person to them, you are now an inconvenience and a liability to the other clients so they will try to discharge you asap. CDC and HIPAA are not followed, they say they do but they don't, my medical status was discussed at Town Hall at 8:15 am the following morning to strangers. Some nurses are amazing, others don't care if you eat. The staff was also getting Covid19 (nurses,T.A's, doctors, teachers and kitchen personnel). It is not safe for anyone. Infection prevention is non-existent. It is a hazardous learning/working environment. There is no cleaning roster for the common areas, not even the bathrooms have a roster to confirm it's been cleaned. Cleaning and disinfecting PUBLIC spaces like classrooms, are a MUST in the fight against Covid19. It's negligent to not clean them, knowing dozens of people are using the area and you have outbreaks on site every week. There are days when there aren't a lot of teachers,(weekends) so instead of letting you go early, they will pack the classrooms, elbow to elbow, some people with masks others without and not even social distancing. There are no horses and no trips off campus because of the pandemic, the website is outdated, the video on YouTube is old, there is no pool and even though they have a fully operational gym you can only use it for 1 hour a day for the first 2 to 3 weeks. The case manager (saw twice in 39 days) assured me that my bag would be taken care of. IT WAS NOT. I ASKED to go through my social worker to get my plane ticket, with 2 confirmed checked bags, case manager said; "I have to go through MY corporate, not your social worker". Because of her own ARROGANCE to put MY NEEDS before HER WANTS (I already anticipated that she would fail) I had to overdraft my account in order to get the boarding pass and make it home safely. Because I used the UBER money for the bag, I had to NOW walk home, which was 2 hours from the airport under the 101° sun and with 2 bags on me. By the time I made it home hours later I'm in a full rage, dripping in sweat, tired and annoyed because this place screwed me and was disappointing in more ways than one for 15 consecutive days. 15 consecutive days of failure, disappointment, carelessness and neglect. Emotionally physically and now financially. Before agreeing to take any test or medication make sure you know the cost. In conclusion, my anonymity about my medical status was broken, my right to privacy was violated, I was treated inhumanely by some staff, my safety was questioned on multiple occasions, my personal property was stolen and my mental health was now compromised. I have let my home team know what goes on here, and while the pandemic is still going, patients will no longer be sent there. Please do your due diligence and read the reviews, not just on google. This place can save your life, if you can overlook all this crap. I could NOT.
Well overall my Journey Pure Experience was decent. Staff were a great help I highly recommend them if you come here.Some are a little hard but its great and she pushes me I cant speak for anybody else. Theyt were great they believed in me more than I did myself. Had a great caseload manager she always was on top it everything and I appreciate her for that. believed in me also and I thank her for that.Now the real review is not good the people in my comments are great I highly recommend them.Now for the big boss he did some mischievous he de-chaired me it was an act of unmanliness I didn't appreciate it at all.I enjoyed the whole detox staff,the medical staff and everybody else that knows me.The website is also misleading so don't go by it and they are not really hard on discipline either haha but whatever it was great.So like I said don't go by the website at all and also don't blame the people in my good comments blame the boss for not being on top of things.
The good news is that treatment is readily available for anyone with substance abuse issues in North Lauderdale.Items to Take to a Treatment Clinic
Depending on the severity of your addiction, you may undergo outpatient treatment, or you may be required to enter a residential program. If it is the latter, there are a number of items you should plan on bringing with you. Several changes of comfortable clothing, comfortable footwear, a few personal items (a journal, photographs of your family, etc.), and reading materials are all appropriate to bring to rehab. Leave pocketknives, alcohol-based products, and expensive jewelry at home.Prescription Drug Abuse Among Teens
Under increasing academic pressure, more and more young people are turning to drugs such as Ritalin, Adderall and other medications used to treat ADHD in order to better concentrate in school. Over the long term, abuse of these drugs can result in chronic sleep disorders, personality changes and even heart damage.Contact a Rehabilitation Clinic in North Lauderdale
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