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I was a client at Rites of Passage several years ago. They were amazing and helped me with my eating disorder and addiction problems when no one else could. I learned how to work through a lot of trauma and handle life much better. The program was vastly different than a 12 step program I had attended previously. Rites worked for me, the other place failed miserably. In addition to learning to understand myself, it was fun but also interesting to work with horses to see my progress and help me learn a different way. I also liked having therapy dogs in all of the sessions. Rites helped me realize what I wanted to do in life and helped with the processes of applying to schools so that I could finish my college degree. Thanks to this program, I am happy and I am living a life I never knew was possible.
They let me work day labor on the weekends. I have been Clean & Sober for 25 years. They had a 3/4 house where I could rent an apartment and had a meeting there once a week for my aftercare treatment. I have been sober since leaving the program. The program taught me that there was another way of life that included Prayer and Meditation. 1 of my counselors taught me how to meditate and how to grow Spiritually. I had to get rid of my old ideas about what I thought about Religion and to choose a God that I wanted in my life.
Great working with family members and friends, really good with patient who had a child to allow her to see the child. Friendly staff most of the time. Staff was open to religious differences in clients. Staff did talk about another staff member who was rude with family and the patient which did not seem appropriate. Meal options were limited for special diets and needs. Mostly, it was good and helpful to the client. She learned new coping skills that did not involve narcotics which was the goal towards moving for sobriety.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.