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U feel as if they staff really cares for u. The staff that have never used don't have empathy like they should. It works if u work it
My counselor was very good at her job. The groups were led my the counselors rather than people that didn't have experience. Detox is good. Medication assisted treatment is available. They allow you to go to outside meetings & the meetings they go to are some of the best I have attended. The facility has a lot of outdoor area to walk around including woods in the back. You sleep in very nice cabins. When not in group there is always something going on with the clients, you get a very solid support network. You can smoke anytime(unless you are in group) There is a walmart nearby if you ever need anything like a toothbrush and you can have your own personal snacks, soda, and coffee. Valley hope offers a very personal experience. Its obvious they care about their clients which is different than most Tx places that see their clients a dollor signs rather than individual people. My counselor has kept up with my progress and after a year clean you get to go back for a ceremony that celebrates your clean time. They really help you with an aftercare plan, getting into a sober living house, and they have intensive outpatient in Booneville and St. Louis
The program taught me about making a decision for myself and recovery is my own gift. The tools I learned to use gave a fighting chance in the real world and in real situations that may arise. the general focus was that recovery is yours and no one can take it away from you. You need to want to recover only if you, yourself wants it to work. Good treatment groups, support and education.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.