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BLVD Treatment Centers

448 S. Hill Street Suite 303, Los Angeles, California, 90013
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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 4.8
    Avg. score from 6 reviews
  • 4.9
    Accommodations & Amenities
  • 4.9
    Treatment Effectiveness
  • 4.5
    Meals & Nutrition
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Mc
    This organization is the most disenjenuine organization on this planet.... you need to stay away from this place.
    S.C
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    Very high standard of treatment and care in a modern, hip environment
    JW
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    Very compassionate therapists. Lots of art and meditation therapies. Very little 12 step practices, but constant access to 12 step meetings. EMDR is AMAZING! Sometimes the staff seems a bit disorganized. Perfect place for people in their 20's or 30's that want to be in a very hip environment.
    Daniel
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    The quality of therapists is extremely high. Clinicians and support staff are extremely dedicated. Able to provide a wide variety of services and options. The facilities are well designed and comfortable. However, it doesn't offer the locations and amenities of more expensive treatment centers. Most often treatment centers offer either a 12 Step or non-12 Step approach, rarely do they offer both as does BLVD. BLVD Centers are also located in the metropolitan area with access to all of the benefits a city has to offer.
    NM
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    • Meals & Nutrition
    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.