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Multiple counselors to fit any disability and issue. Very quick getting patients with a therapist both at the hospital and at discharge. Fantastic doctor. Clean facility. Never felt uncomfortable speaking freely about what I was going through
There ability to help you reinforce the strength to use the tools to stay sober They were a coed facility at the time and were unable to stop hooking up and I believe that took away from treatment. I absolutely loved being there for treatment. They made me feel safe and an addict has a lot of trust issues. There treatment program really works. At least it did for me.
5 years ago, I had never used a drug in my life. I didn’t know what Suboxone was or the difference between Suboxone and Vicodin. Then, I got into a car accident and my doctor prescribed me Vicodin. I was in a lot of pain for a while but the pain did taper off and I should have gotten off the Vicodin. Instead, I lied to my doctor and my husband about how much pain I was actually in so that my doctor would keep prescribing the Vicodin. Eventually I did tell my husband what I was doing but by that time I had been addicted to the Vicodin for a while. I ended up on Suboxone after that. My husband and I both thought that I would be able to wean myself down from the Suboxone. It didn’t work out that way though and I stayed on Suboxone for 3 years. I hated going through withdrawals so I wasn’t ever able to get off the Suboxone. 3 years of Suboxone a year of which I was taking Vicodin to get off the Suboxone and then Suboxone when I couldn’t deal with the discomfort and my husband finally got fed up and found me a rehab. I did not want to go, not at all. Truthfully, the idea of going to rehab was like my own version of hell. I had this thought that it would be awful. All hard-plastic chairs, super hardcore drug addicts that I would be scared of and stuck in a hospital. In my head I knew I was wrong and not all rehabs would be anywhere close to that but still, I didn’t want to go. It took a bit and a lot of pictures and videos of the facility for me to agree to go. I finally did though and it turned out not so bad at all. I actually really liked it there. It was much easier detoxing there than it had been at home. There I had someone who understood what I was feeling and the best thing to do so I could get through it. I did try to leave after detox. I figured that I was only having trouble with the getting off everything part and once I did that I would be fine. Yeah, not at all. Turns out, I was only having trouble with the getting off everything part and nothing else because I had never made it past the getting off everything part. The first time I had a rough day I wanted Vicodin. If I would have left BDR when I wanted to I would have used the first time I had a rough day. By staying at BDR I was able to learn how to deal with those bad days without taking a drug. I started exercising again while I was there and I feel so much better now. I didn’t realize how yucky and gross I had been feeling while I was taking the Suboxone and the Vicodin. I feel great now though and my life is back to normal and my marriage is back to being pretty damn awesome. BDR really worked for me.
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