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I was a resident the fall of 2000. From the time I stepped foot on campus I felt the love and compassion there. No pressure. No expectations. Just a place to really concentrate on getting myself in the right space. The staff was able to relate to where I was at simply because they\'ve walked in my shoes themselves. Graduating from there was a prerequisite to being on staff. That was August 2000 and I\'ve been clean ever since
When I was looking for a solution for my wife\'s alcoholism I was skeptical of the Charleston Recovery Center because of some reviews on this site and my initial impression of the house. After speaking with one of their directors at length my worries began to lift. I could tell that she had a very similar experience to ours and was now 4yrs sober - and happy. 90 days later I couldn\'t be happier with the decision to take my wife here. Not only is she sober, she is soo much healthier in mind, body and spirit. She\'s like a different person! Regarding the facilities - this is not a clinical setting. They have multiple homes where the residents live and study the AA \"Big Book\". There are not doctors that monitor patients around the clock. This was concerning to me at first, but I now realize that their staff has seen everything under the sun and is more than capable of helping new residents through their detox and into recovery, because they have all been there before too. Under their guidance, my wife did visit the doctor on a couple of occasions to verify her health, receive medicine...etc. and she always came back with a positive review. Also, Roper Hospital is only minutes away in the event of an emergency. Now that I am more familiar with the treatment program of Alcoholics Anonymous I understand that helping others get sober is one of the primary ways that the alcoholic will stay sober and this facility is that principle in action. While they do not offer \"luxury\" facilities, by any means, they are safe and adequate and the primary focus is truly on recovery for everyone that attends. If finding a luxury facility is a main priority you may be better suited elsewhere. The facilities are typical homes and the residents are tasked with chores to clean and maintain the ares where they live, work and play. It is not perfect, but it is adequate. From what I can tell, if the attendee is willing and ready to get sober this place will work for them. For me that is the most important part. They have a sand volleyball court at the main house, & location in Florida with a pool where they take residents as a treat to \"get away\", they reward those who work hard by taking them to broadway shows, movies, the beach, to dinner...etc. all in an effort to re-integrate them back into society and learn how to have fun while being sober. It\'s not all fun and games by any means, but judging by my wife\'s stories and some pictures on their Facebook page it seems like they are trying to make the best of a difficult situation. It definitely changed my preconceptions of what \"rehab\" is like. While this place is not for everyone, looking back I am very pleased with my decision to send my wife here and I think it is a great, affordable option for anyone else who is truly ready to get sober. She is also happier than she ever thought she could be and recommends it as well!
My family has spent countless time and money, trying to help me find recovery, at some of the biggest names in the treatment industry. The truth of the matter is I finally became willing to do whatever was asked of me. Salvation Oaks has taught me how to be a responsible man. I learned how to incorporate recovery, family, and working all in one. I could never stay sober outside of treatment. Today I have the love and respect back of my family. I can be a father to my children and actually be a productive member of society.