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Rogers (Harrington House), saved my life! I was going to die if I didn\'t do something. Harrington House showed me a new life.
My son attended this facility twice over the last couple years. I thought they did a good job at caring for him and getting him on the first step of getting clean. They worked well with our family in teaching us about addiction so we can help him. Addiction affects the entire family, not just the addict. The only thing I think needs to change, is the length of stay should be more than 3 weeks. My son was in deep in drugs for a long time, and 3 weeks is not enough, Not even on his second time through. I believe each patient should be treated individually and their own needs, not what insurance will pay. However, the program itself is a very good program. I fully recommend it.
They are also a mental health facility so they can accommodate people of all backgrounds. Treatment plans are patient based, which helps with the fact that everyone is different. However, space is limited and they change policies frequently regarding treatment options and medication. Also, cost can be an issue without insurance. I've been clean 4.5 years thanks to this program and my dedication to continuing in aftercare programs. I tried many things beforehand and this is the one time it's worked longer than a few months!
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.