When you are putting money toward a family member’s health and happiness, you should make sure you’re choosing the right option for your Sumatra alcohol and substance abuse recovery clinic. While the most prudent option may still be to talk to our helpline experts so they can discuss your personal needs, reading the ratings and reviews on some of the addiction recovery facilities near you is another excellent place to get started.
I have to say, my experience here was wonderful. I was able to enjoy yoga, massages, acupuncture, fishing on the dock, and really indulging fully in my recovery. The fact that the community is older, it's very comfortable for me to open up without the use of a substance. I was her for over a month, i took the staff suggestions, and I am still sober. I truly thank go everyday that I took the leap to come here, I know i needed to be here, and I wouldn't have picked another place to go to, I know god forbid if anything were to ever happen to me, I would come back here, it's a true miracle.
they take on a no nonsense approach. You are free to leave at anytime if you so desire. They do recommend a person to stay a year. sometimes it would be a little crowded. the directer/owner really cares about peoples recovery.
TA Tarshae and Iyesha were very courteous and did everything they could even outside of their job to make sure we had everything we needed. They were very good in the community and always sent emails to help with issues. I know they were tired but they always stopped to help and always had a good attitude. Mattie was helpful with the orientation on where to go and how to do things. She is very patient which is key and she communicated very well. I was very nervous the first day and she helped me to feel more comfortable by giving me an orientation. I like the fact that its gated here because it makes me feel safe. I enjoyed Demetrius groups because he gives it to you raw. He has street smarts and book smarts. He made it more relatable and didn't sugar coat anything. I felt comfortable in the all men's groups because identify as a gay man, and they all treated me with respect and I treated them with respect as well. It made me feel welcomed and accepted. They also had LGBTQ groups and they were so fun. Therapist Karah was always bubbly and happy, she didn't make it about just LGBTQ, she made it about who we are as individuals and we were all able to laugh and share our ideas and thoughts and what was going through our minds with daily readings. It helped us to start off our day and be ready for a new perspective. I loved doing volleyball, it helped me with my breathing and my stamina getting to know my body again. I love being around people in recovery and the positive vibes around campus. Making people smile makes me want to stay sober. I feel like I'm more emotionally mature after being here. I feel I have more balance with my recovery. I used to isolate and I now understand I have codependency. Now I meditate every day and start my day happy, I was able to establish a routine that keeps me structured and I worked on my impulsive behaviors. Overall, I would give it a ten out of ten.