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Late June 2017 I was in a really bad place mentally. I had already been through much trauma but not knowing if not for them, meaning the great counselors the fun groups and amazing friends who truly supported one another, If not for that , I know I would not have known the legal way ,appropriate way of getting my child back. Who was taken away for truly no reason. I unfortunately just was used as the department of children and families social workers muse! The pain was unbearable. Considering my only true support,my dad had just passed which was why I ended up at Norcap. After IOP my little girls father passed away.While I was asleep he had a heart attack. Through that and so much more I owe Norcap and it’s counselors at least that push to give me the hope and strength I needed!!! So thank you!!
Rely heavily on AA and Na principles, structured, well organized and the counselors are easy to talk to. Religious. Men and women in most of the meetings together. The Kingston house was a great place to be for me. It was my first and only rehab facility I've ever been too so I can't say if it was better or worse than others personally I loved it. I'm not religious, that was the only difficultly I had. They don't shove religion down your throat but it is there. They are big on meetings, 90 in 90.when you first get there you are always chaperoned which most people do need.
My doctor was heaven sent. My counselor was great, including my husband in zoom meetings. Thanks