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I was a patient at Mt. Regis 5 years ago. So I'll just say this: I was a heavy user. My life was in the toilet. I was using IV heroine and ready to die when I was forced into their program (2016). I've been clean since 28 days after admittance. MR saved me. I had tried so many times before then. With my parent's help. With my spouse's help. With my friend's help. Still I was slowly killing myself. The nursing staff commiserated with me. They are recovering addicts. They took me to the hospital when my vitals got scary. They advocated for me when I had to tell strangers that I couldn't have opiates for pain. They held my hand while I cried and felt sorry for myself. They kicked my butt when I thought I was "too good" to go to a meeting. The kitchen staff let me walk "behind the scenes." I told her that banana milkshakes were the only thing I could keep down for months. She showed me the blender, the bananas, the milk... that's all I ate for 3 weeks When I could eat solid food again, everything that was prepared was delicious. So delicious that I gained 10lbs before I left (was 20lb underweight when I entered). This place gives CARE. The bottom line is this: I was in active addiction for years before I found MR. As of Sept 29th 2021, I'm 5 years clean BECAUSE of MR. They sucked. I hated them. I loved them. I couldn't wait to leave and I MISSED them. But I'm clean. I'm thriving. I've gotten back everything that I had lost. If you want to get back what addiction has taken from you, just give it 28 days of your life. You've given addiction at least that. So make it a fair trade.
Had an awesome (two) experience at Galax. its a 12 step program and that has helped so many people, but it obviously hasn't worked for me. In any case, the people at the life center are awesome. The counselors are awesome. And though I am not proud to be a two time grad, I would recommend this facility to any one needing help. Do it now. You are all too important to lose.
The physicians listen and respond appropriately to individual concerns and make custom recommendations. Some groups are too large. For the most part, if you are a veteran, don't wait until no one wants to be bothered by you, or are no longer concerned about you or your recovery. This facility and all who ran it were very willing to steer me in the right direction and helped me to help myself in remembering and wanting to become the person I used to be.