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Dedicated, well trained, recovery experienced staff. Top notch therapy. Recreation activities were well planned and consistent. Group therapy class size is too large and distracting. No faith based track.
I attended NFA Canterbury in Aug2020 as a 1st time treatment client. NFA saved my life. After 48 years of exhaustion and mental health and substance abuse I found staff and tools that saved my life. I needed the 12 step intense program that NFA offers coupled with my own surrendering to get there but it saved my life. It’s easy to find holes in any experience but I was taught to look inward and today my life is second to none because of the lessons i was taught by the staff at NFA and the tools given to me there on campus and the various sessions (meditations, therapy, step work, other). The food was incredible and the staff I owe my life to - thank you from bottom of my heart Cody, Colleen and the house tech staff
It was what I needed. The Transitional Living Program was a 6-18 month program. I was there 15 months. It allowed me the stability I needed to transition back into society and become a productive sober member of society. I have over 3 yrs now and I am so grateful! Keystone Hall's Transitional Living Program is only a 90 day program due to a lack of funding. I needs to be at least a 6-12 month thing. People then will have the opportunity I had to get well then find a job, save money for their own place and begin life as a sober productive member of society.
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