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Very family oriented environment. The staff makes you feel like you belong to something special. Lots of personal attention to personal needs. The accountability structure is a little to strict. I don't know how to put into words how much gratitude, love, and respect I have for this program. Before I came here I was in a very bad place in my life. I was addicted, homeless, lost, and broken. I called many places looking for help. Broadway was the only one who did everything possible to get me the help I needed. Just speaking with Justin on the phone brought a little ray of hope into the dark and hopeless life I was living. From the moment I stepped off the plane, I was shown nothing but love. Broadway has taught me to love myself again. I have learned how to cope with life's problems, and have been given tools to use in my everyday life. Broadway has shown me that recovery is possible. The staff, owners, and clients have shown me love that I did not even know existed. Without Broadway, I don't know where I would be today, but with Broadway's help I know I have a bright future ahead of me. Thank you for saving my life and showing me that we do heal. I will be forever grateful.
Caring staff .Do not help with after care. They are valuable because they are more affordable than most in OC.
Our day was always structured which I liked. It kept you focused on recovery. There was some free time but most of us would work on our assignments given to us by the counsellors. I loved that we got to go to 12 step meetings every day. The food was good and there was plenty of it. Each room had their own bathroom which was nice. I only had one roommate. The Piru location ( they have 4 more ) , was a big house and could hold a lot of clients. There was really not enough staff at night to deal with things that came up. If you are serious about your recovery , it is fine. However, in my experience, there was a lot of young young adults..18-21, and it was both males and females so there was drama but I just ignored it and focused on my reason for being there and didn't get caught up in that stuff.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.