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I personally attended Best Drug Rehabilitation a while back and at first I could have cared less whether it worked or not. I was injured at work a while ago and in the process of that I hurt my back, ended up having to get surgery, and was put on some medication. After being on that medication for a while I began to kind of become immune to its effects and was feeling no different so that is when I began drinking and using other drugs to compensate for the pain I was feeling. That in turn then led me to go downhill at work and not really care about my appearance I was just doing whatever I could to feel sorry for myself because of the injury that had taken place and was giving myself the ole pitty party of why did this have to happen to me. After a few months of spiraling out of control some of my co-workers sat me down and told me I was going to lose my job that I had been at successfully for almost 9 years if I did not go and get the help that they were offering me. It was hard to say yes but it was almost harder to look at all these people who cared more about me than I did at that moment and tell them no! So I was on my way to rehab, not very happy about it but I was going. I had something to prove to them but more so to myself knowing that this is not who I was or who I was supposed to be. I gave it everything I had. I detoxed had good days and bad days. I had days where I called my buddies saying how awful it was here and no one knew what they were doing and I was not learning a damn thing. It was all lies to try and get one of them to come get me out of this place. When I could not get one to come I would call the other when they did not come I would call the next but when no one came I realized that this was something I had to face and they were letting me know I had to finish this. About twenty days after that I graduated I remember calling all of them and thanking them for not coming to get me. I had finally got to all of my underlying issues and began to stop feeling sorry for myself and at that point I knew that I would not go back and fall into this trap of addiction again. I cannot thank the people at this center again. I said such hurtful things to them while I was here and about this place but it really was just because I did not want to be here I would say or do anything to get out if it. In the end I am so proud of myself for all that I have accomplished and I looked forward to going home and showing everyone including myself that I did it and I am back. The real me the one who cares about their job performance, the one who takes pride in their appearance and the one who loves life and today I am proud to say that this program helped me get all of that back.
Multiple counselors to fit any disability and issue. Very quick getting patients with a therapist both at the hospital and at discharge. Fantastic doctor. Clean facility. Never felt uncomfortable speaking freely about what I was going through
Their website layout is good and easy to use. The specific care they dedicate to women is wonderful. I can't think of any weaknesses. It's a great facility. My sister admitted she had a problem not too long ago and Sacred Heart was recommended to us and we are so glad it was. They treated her with kindness and understanding. She came out with such a strong will to stay on the right track. We are so thankful for Sacred Heart.
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