When you’re putting money into your health and happiness, you should make sure you’re making the best decision for your Saint Joseph alcohol and drug dependence rehab facility. While the smartest way to go may still be to speak to our helpline advisors so they can discuss your personal requirements, looking at how others are reviewing or rating some of the addiction treatment clinics near you is another good way to start.
I feel that is perfect for every addict because of the surroundings, staff, and atmosphere as well as the actual classes and treatment received. They really make you want to end your wreckless lifestyle and return to the person you once were. You can actually feel yourself transforming...becoming human again. Coming out of your zombie state of mind. They also brace you for the mental & emotional crash you're about to experience.
Strengths:Rehab and detox Weakness:Under staffes. During my treatment, I had ready access to my individual therapist, and was welcomed by the additional therapists on staff.All therapists on staff during my stay contributed to my treatment, and would like to personally thank each and every one of them. The nursing staff did an outstanding job with both compassion and professionalism. When challenged by other patients, they responded both courteously and professionally while sticking to policy. Let's face it, recovering addicts are not always the easiest people to deal with. Meals and accommodations were great, providing a clean, safe and enjoyable experience. For me, the staff were always available and willing to help me with anything I was struggling with during treatment. Much thanks and respect to them, after all they have a hats job dealing with addicts. If I could recommend one change, it would be that they employed more staff. I feel like they were a bit overwhelmed by loads of work. In my opinion, the 12 steps and all the programs were correctly run, and they adhered to policy. I feel like I got out the most of the treatment. I hope that I will never have to go back to rehab, because I just wanna stay sober, but if I would have no choice, I would chooses again Forever recovery in a heartbeat.
I came into Serenity broken, beat down, battered, abused, and with such a hate in my heart for myself. I went into Serenity Point Recovery last year, and I wasn't successful because I didn't work the program. This time is different; I took what the facilitators, counselors, and peers had to say and actually learned from it. I left all the baggage that I carried in with me at the door. It sounds corny, but I feel like a whole new person. I feel like I can actually do this, and stay sober. Most importantly, be happy while staying sober. I don't want to die anymore. I don't hate myself anymore. I don't resent others, myself, and God anymore. I truly feel as though I've finally found myself. For once in my life, I've chosen life; and I feel great about it. The real journey starts when I leave though, and I'm going to use the tools I've gained at SPR to ensure my continued success.