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Beautiful Facility, knowledgeable and caring staff, great food, lots of amenities, if you have kids the facility is really nice place for them to visit, doesn't feel like a rehab, the food is really good. None that I know of. I owe my brother’s life to Behavioral Rehabilitation Services. When he first arrived at BRS he was in pretty rough shape. I had never seen him look so bad. He had been to rehab a couple times previously and I honestly didn’t have high hopes for him when he went to BRS. The change he went through as he went through the program there was so drastic and as he got back to being more and more the brother I remember I started really hoping that it would stick this time and that I would have my brother back for good. It’s not so much that it “stuck” this time as the program along with the counselors at BRS helped him in a way that I didn’t think was possible. Every time he had ever been through rehab before when he finished his 30 days and would come home he wasn’t happy and he always told me that it was just through sheer willpower that he’d be able to stay clean. He was never confident in himself or his ability to stay clean and because of it whenever he was clean for a period of time after each rehab he had gone to he was miserable and you could see how everyday was a little worse and a little harder to get through than the last. After he finished BRS he looked happy. Really, truly happy for the first time since he had started using. The staff at BRS treated him like family and worked with him to figure out what started his drug use. They really got to the root of his problem. The first time I saw him after he had gone there was over Christmas. My kid wanted to see her uncle and so we went up to the facility. It’s beautiful there. It’s in a really remote location and with the building and everything around it, it looked so peaceful there. My kid loved the place. We went up on Christmas day and the staff at BRS had created family games to play where they got little prizes. She played air hockey and pool with her uncle. She ran around the place like it was a lodge she was exploring and she had a blast exploring and playing with her uncle. It was the first time since my child had been born where I felt comfortable leaving her alone with her uncle. One of the really great things about BRS was that the people working there on Christmas day didn’t seem put out by having to work on a holiday. No one was unhappy to be there and it showed. My kid is an extremely picky eater, she doesn’t like much and yet she ate a full plate of food there and went back for seconds. I thought it was just because it was a holiday, it wasn’t. When we back up a few weeks later the food was still really good. My brother actually raved about the food there on more than one occasion and I actually became a bit jealous of the meals he was eating. My brother still talks to the people who he went through the program with and he stills calls the counselor there all the time. Sometimes, it’s just to say hi and sometimes when he’s had a bad day he calls one of his counselors there. They always have time to talk to him and have never brushed him off. I cannot stress enough how wonderful it is to have my brother back. My whole family is healed in a way I never thought possible and now 7 almost 8 months later my brother is still doing great and we are all so very grateful for that.
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