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Out patient treatment - daily meetings with addiction counselors. Not a 12-step program; outpatient therapy; education; daily meetings.
When you first come in and if you withdrawing really bad they let you lay in your room for the first couple days with no consequences. You have 4 smoke breaks a day each lasting 10 minutes. It's a women's only facility. You are kept busy with group classes and counseling. They will take you to get a well woman's check up, eye exam. You are allowed to go to outside meetings after you are off orientation. Orientation last 3 days. They take you to the library once a week and you can get on the computer and check out books.
It's appropriate for various ages. It's a clean, modern, nice smelling facility and the staff always seemed to be interested and competent. I think their weaknesses are the the same as any other facility's weaknesses. You're not at home anymore, you are expected to follow the rules without exceptions and every once in a while, you run into a bad employee. I would recommend this facility because my aunt has been a patient numerous times over the years. There hasn't been a miraculous cure, but she always does so much better after treatment. I've never heard horror stories or problems at Tri-County and their numerous programs have been featured many times on local TV programs.