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I was there 3 years ago and I\'m still sober. I was nervous at first but staff was friendly and really try to take care of you. Food is decent 3 squere meals a day plus lots of snacks. Only issues is some people are there to really try and stop their addiction while others are there just because they have to. I meet alot of great people I wished I would of stayed in contact with I wish them the best. I hope to go soon to the Saturday sessions if guests are still allowed to speak. Once again a really good place if your serious about recovery. I want to thank everyone that helped me through this period in my life I wish you guys continued success. If any one from staff actually reads this...Thanks again from Big Puppet.
This facility was great.
The facility is designed and furnished really well. I never felt like I wanted to leave early, or like I didn't want to be there. Everyone's case manager was awesome. I would have been happy with any of them being my case manager. The facilitators always had new material. It was great. There were alot of clients for a month stretch. 14 in a group. Before and after that there were usually like 10. It's can happen at any iop though. The staff really took their time with me. I had a rough time this last time out, and they loved me back to feeling good about self. It was so much fun too. I was at Blvd for just over 3 months and never got tired of it. That's important if you're in treatment, trust me.
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