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I was a resident at Foundation House for 11 months and it saved my life. It gave me the relationships with my family back and taught me how to develop real friendships with my peers. It is not like so many other programs, where you are stuck in an institutional bubble, unable use any of the skills you are learning and actually grow towards an independent life in recovery. The culture is one where the cool thing to do is be sober, and you are given countless opportunities in activities, athletics and daily life to learn how to have fun again. I was convinced my life was over when I decided to get sober, and FH showed me otherwise. The clinicians are among the best, and most caring that I have ever been around. They don’t just sit in their office and wait to see you for an hour a week. They are out at activities, up at the ranch, and support you in the community. The alumni staff who run the activities were awesome and showed me that things do get better. Overall, Foundation House is an amazing place because it is not designed to be a holding pattern or another institution built upon false promises, negative culture and shame. It was the best place in the world for me to find recovery, connection and a new way of life. The people who work there, and the guys in the program saved my life.
Overall a great, much needed, life-changing experience for me. When I finally got myself to go my mental health was fading fast and that was my last hope. My only regret is not going sooner. Some details for someone planning to go: don’t bring anything you really like or would miss, because sadly the staff will steal it. I had a brand new expensive perfume as a gift that had to be locked in the basement in my suitcase with a few other things that weren’t allowed in- the day I left when I got my things back the bottle was empty and the cap was cracked and rolling around my bag. Many girls reported their cigarettes being stolen by the carton- which was evident because staff and patients sign in each and every item together. A few ladies had makeup stolen or tampered with. Anyway theft was reported a dozen times with no answer or reimbursement to any of the girls. Food is great, full time chef who’s super sweet and accommodating. Portions are generous, prepare to eat- a lot! The bedrooms are clean and bright and put you at ease. There is NO doctor on site, so if you come without something you need, forget it. Make sure you consider that before you go. There are onsite clinicians but the one I had seemed unqualified and unprofessional and they rarely see you anyway. Once a week. Sue is one special person. She yhas been there the longest of the on site staff and will touch your heart somehow, she was the most influential for me. This place will bring structure and faith back into your life, would recommend to anyone who needs.
Strengths: Close to home, well run, clean. Weaknesses: Not quite enough staff My family member attended treatment here and did well with the program. I would recommend it to anyone needing help.
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