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I was a resident at Clay Crossing for 6 months. I am 9 years 364 days sober. I am greatful for that time and realize its up to (Me) daily to continue forward. Although it is true there was no RN on duty, or security. I made a choice to be more open minded to what was being offered. Because no one was going to make me stay there like, (security)! There are an abundance of treatment centers around the world. This one may or may not be for you or your loved one. However, the mission at Clay Crossing remains one that is priceless. Sobriety!!! Anyone can achieve it but, they must want it. It is a second chance at life and it is truly 50/50. I could fall apart tomorrow and make some really bad choices. As long as I focus on now, today and deal with reality, quit making excuses, deal with my emotions, and realize its okay to be glad, sad, hurt, afraid, or ashamed. I will probably quit being so mad! I am a good person that is not perfect!!! I know things will be okay. Clay Crossing brought me back to reality and I am thankful...good luck and god bless.
This place saved my life and family. I am eternally greatful for the 5 star therapy and care we received there. The RCS staff and therapists treated us with kindness and respect. They are definitely doing it right. The in-house day care was top notch and my son really benefited from their program as well as loved his teachers. We both learned alot and were able to heal together. I recommend this facility to anyone seeking a real life changing experience and real recovery.
The counselors are awesome but you only meet with them one on one once a week. There's no riding the horses despite pictures of them all over the website. Themotives for a lot of. People in there are not to get sober, but to look good for up coming legal issues their facing. The staff tries to keep it under control