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Mcca Mcdonough House Review by Anonymous

Mcca Mcdonough House
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This place is the worst on the planet, there are so many toxic people and so many stupid fights, the staff is all inexperienced and a bunch of clowns, do not go here

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Mcca Mcdonough House
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Pine Brook Care Center Review by Anonymous

Pine Brook Care Center
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Nursing and aide staff don't wash or dress residents until as late as 11 a.m.,argue with family members who request more BREAD for the resident family member! The administrator is a bully residents" family member. The MAINTENANCE workers are bullies to visitors, residents and residents families, questioning residents who suffer from dementia, barring visitors and family members, and administrator refuses to intervene.

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A Forever Recovery Review by Anonymous

A Forever Recovery
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A Forever Recovery is the best rehab I’ve been to. It’s the first and the only rehab I’ve gone to that was able to help me with my addiction. I started smoking weed when I was 16 and if I had stuck with only weed, I would have been fine. Instead, I tried other drugs until I tried pain pills and loved them. For a while I was able to keep myself to using them occasionally but, eventually started using them more and more often until I was using daily and was completely dependent. When I started wanting to get sober the first thing, I tried was a detox. I had hoped that if I could get totally off the pills that I’d have the willpower to stay off. No luck with that though. When I was done with detox, I was barely out of the parking lot before I’d taken something. After detox didn’t work, I started going to rehabs and after relapsing after my third rehab my parents found A Forever Recovery. I wasn’t willing to go though. I knew that it could take a while to get sober but, and maybe it was ridiculously conceited of me but, I really thought I’d be good after one rehab. I don’t know why I thought that, I did though and after the third relapse I became depressed and I hated the idea of going back to rehab and trying again. I liked the look of AFR but, didn’t want to go. Until I got an awful wake-up call. A friend of mine ended up in a coma after overdosing and that terrified me. So, I agreed to go to AFR. My parents had chosen AFR for me because of the different programs available there. Since I’d gone to a few rehabs before without improving my parents hoped that having different programs available would allow me to find a program that worked for me. Which it did. I found a program that I liked, that felt right to me and that changed everything about my recovery. It was more than just the program that made AFR work for when no other rehab had. It wasn’t just about dealing with my addiction there. As I was going through my program, I was also learning a lot about the kind of person I was, what kind of life I wanted to have and started working on getting myself there. There are also people working at AFR who personally had issues with drugs. Because of their greater understanding of my circumstances I had a lot easier time talking to them. The staff at AFR helped me a lot with my parents too. I’ve always had a really hard time talking to my parents about my addiction. I could never properly explain things which made things a lot harder on all of us. The staff helped my parents understand what I was currently dealing with during my program, why having a hard time if I was and when and how that might happen when I got home. Them helping me explain things to my parents have helped me so much. Since completing my program at AFR my parents have been able to help me a lot more. It’s not very easy to go to a parent and tell them that all you want right then is to get high. If they don’t understand why that is or what those cravings are like, you won’t go to them for help and then it becomes a lot easier to hide it if you do relapse. My parents were able to support me when I got home because they did understand, and I could go to them when I was having a craving and they helped me to not go down that road. I learned a lot during my program at AFR. I learned how to handle myself and keep my sober no matter what situation I found myself in. Right now, I feel more in control of my life and I’m still sober because of what I learned at AFR and the support system they helped me to create.

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Iccs Review by Anonymous

Iccs
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The security staff at this facility have no idea what they are doing from one min to the next. They have locked these women out of their rooms for hours on end. Because they were removing one person to take back to the DOC. (Which took about 5 min). Also , they have NO MEDICAL STAFF! How is this possible?? You have up to 100 or more females in this place alone , detoxing from drugs and alcohol. Let me say this one more time! THERE IS NO MEDICAL STAFF AT THIS FACILITY!! The food they serve is disgusting! With less than a 3% success rate You would think they would try harder to be a better rehab/halfway house/detox/???

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Dekalb Medical Center Review by Anonymous

Dekalb Medical Center
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patient did not get best of care

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Thunderbird Dialysis Review by Anonymous

Thunderbird Dialysis
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Another terrible experience with this clinic. I am convinced they don't really care about their patients. All they are concerned with is staying on schedule,and the bottom line.Even if it means cutting short the much needed dialysis treatment. I'm so disappointed with the manager of this clinic. It's sad that patients patients who arent able to advocate for themselves are at risk of receiving this poor standard of care. Being treated like a number with such a lack of compassion is heartbreaking.

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Northwest Texas Healthcare System Review by Anonymous

Northwest Texas Healthcare System
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Took my ten year old son because he was threatening suicide. They recommended outpatient therapy, saw him for two weeks in a group setting then released him, gave us not objectives for working with him at home, would not let us talk to a dr about how he was doing, what to watch for, what we could do to continue his recovery at home. The staff was rude, and my son is not only not any better, but now he has missed two weeks of school and fallen behind in classes and his behavior has become a problem as well as his mental health. I am afraid this may have even been counterproductive, but we will never even know what the care was like or how we should continue it because for A TEN YEAR OLD CHILD, they completely cut us out of the care/after care.

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First Step Counseling Center Review by Anonymous

First Step Counseling Center
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Finding some place closer to my home

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Millwood Hospital Review by Anonymous

Millwood Hospital
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There may be people here that care, but it isn't everyone. Techs and nurses are not always present, leaving kids alone. None of these kids are in a great place and some of them will lash out at others, especially when not supervised. They do not communicate with the parents/guardians about anything that goes on in here, and will make make decisions about medication asking for permission after the changes has been made. They make no effort to separate people who are having issues, opting to leave people who are dealing with major emotional issues in a hostile environment, which seems like the opposite of what you would want when trying to help people overcome trauma. Don't take your children and loved ones here, there are better options in the area, even if this is a referral. For everyone you see who cares there is so many more who don't and who will try to keep your loved one trapped here. They don't even deserve that one star, they are just despicable.

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Maple Glen Center Review by Anonymous

Maple Glen Center
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I was at a previous facility that looked like a hotel with all the bells and whistles but the care was horrible, I made the right decision to come to maple glen center. The building could use some renovations but my main reason for being there was to stay better. I did not find the staff to be rude, quite the opposite they were all caring and really made me feel comfortable. Rehab was AMAZING! I left better then I was before I got sick! I would recommend!

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Ameri Tech Kidney Center Review by Anonymous

Ameri Tech Kidney Center
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All it would have taken is a minute of someone's time to call for a welfare check when my cousin, a 59 year old diabetic and physically and mentally handicapped (past stroke victim) client did not show for her 6 am chair time. As well her Logisticare driver just drove off when she did not come to the door for pick-up. She was laying in her bed in a diabetic (low sugar) stupor. NON-CARING, IGNORANT PEOPLE WHO DO NOT GIVE A DAMN ABOUT THEIR FELLOW MAN. Where do you think she was? Dancing? Out with friends for breakfast? SHE IS NOW WITHOUT RESPONSIVENESS IN A HOSPITAL. WE ARE ALL HOPING THERE WAS NO PERMANENT BRAIN DAMAGE BUT HAD ANYONE--ANYONE! picked up a phone and called for a welfare check she would be WITH US NOW IN TOTALITY, not just in bodily state. THANKS AMERI-TECH for "caring" for being aware of your clients.

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VNA Services, Inc Review by Anonymous

VNA Services, Inc
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VNA nursing care is minimal and of poor quality. Patient was in a diabetes crisis and nothing was done. PT services are all that they really offer. Intake was good. Hostile nurse with cigarettes in his pocket.

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River Pointe Rehab Healthcare Review by Anonymous

River Pointe Rehab Healthcare
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PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR LOVED ONE IN THIS FACILITY!!! My "father in law" was 83 years old and came to this rehab facility after having a laryngectomy. I wish we had heeded the warning signs. They took dad to a doctor's appt. that we had already canceled and we didn't even know about it until his roommate told us. He would lay in feces. His food came out too big for him to eat. His stoma was dislodged and I had to put it back in his throat. Nurses would not look up to acknowledge you, if you were lucky enough to find one.. Most of the time it felt like you were bothering them to get them to do anything. We visited him every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday night, but were rarely told anything about him even though we had his power of attorney. He was supposed to be receiving physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy to learn how to speak using an artificial larynx. He was starting to lose his memory before he had surgery and it was getting worse. We asked Marlon numerous times for a mental capacity evaluation to be done and a letter to be written by the doctor as to dad's physical and mental abilities. During his 2 1/2 - 3 month stay we never saw or spoke with a doctor, dad never learned how to speak again, he became bedridden, ended up with UTI's, evidently stopped eating and doing therapy (so we were told the day before he passed away) and ended up dying. There were times that he needed to be changed and he would end up laying in his own feces for 30-45 minutes before someone would come and change him and he had an open sore on his bottom. (I don't want to know how long he would lay there when we weren't there.) He ended up with a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). Then it seemed like it was clearing up with antibiotics until he got another one. He was in so much pain the weekend before he died that I had to ask the nurse to give him pain medicine and she said it was probably from the UTI and that they would take a sample on Monday to confirm. On Monday night we were told that it would take a couple of days to get the results back. On Wednesday, my boyfriend got a call that insurance would only cover dad for about another month and then we would have to pay about $9,000.00 a month. On Wednesday night he was started on antibiotics around 5 p.m. On Thursday my boyfriend got a call from the physician's assistant saying that they wanted to evaluate dad for hospice. She said that dad had been refusing to eat and had been refusing to do therapy. (We had never been told this, otherwise we could have changed our schedule and got dad to cooperate more.) My boyfriend asked about the letter from the doctor and the mental capacity evaluation that we had been requesting for court for several weeks and she said that was the first she was hearing about it and she was the one that writes those letters. He advised her that he could never get Marlon to call him back to follow up. After my boyfriend and I discussed the hospice evaluation, we decided to wait and give the antibiotics a chance to work since he had only been on them for one day. When we got home from work on Friday (09-13-2019) we were discussing moving dad out of this facility. Then a nurse called to say that dad had fully coded and that they may have broken a couple of ribs doing CPR when they brought him back. We rushed to the facility about 5 minutes away to find no one (other than his roommate) in the room with him. I started talking to him and he looked at me, but he was not really coherent. After a couple of minutes a nurse came in and was talking about DNR paperwork. I asked if they had called 911 and she said, "Do you want me to?" I replied, "Uh, yeah." (Like, duh, I would have thought that would have been done when he initially coded, but I guess not.) I packed his things while waiting on EMS because I knew that no matter what, he was not returning to this place. He died at the hospital. His cause of death...SEPSIS. They also listed malnutrition. (How does that happen??Why didn't they put him back on a feeding tube??)

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Girling Health Care of New York, Inc Certified Home Health Agency Review by Anonymous

Girling Health Care of New York, Inc Certified Home Health Agency
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I would give this agency zero stars if I could. First of all, when she called to set the initial appointment we thought it was a wrong number! She didn’t introduce herself or the name of the agency. I would never fault someone for having a strong accent, but she was nearly impossible to understand and it would have been helpful to infer what was going on if she had introduced herself properly. Finally, when she called a second time I realized what it was in regards to. They sent an extremely rude and unprofessional nurse to my home. When I called to ask for a different nurse, the person who answered was full of excuses and justifications. She did not apologize for our bad experience. She even claimed that I should go by their Medicare rating rather than Google reviews, stating that the reviewers could be “jealous.” I’m truly not sure what that means, but I take the experience of people who actually received care more seriously than a government agency who is merely giving a rating based on meeting a set of marginal qualifications. Beware of this agency.

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Cedar Manor Nursing & Rehab Center, LLC Review by Anonymous

Cedar Manor Nursing & Rehab Center, LLC
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I was here at Cedar Manor and would not recommend this ursing home. I did not get the care that I was needing I was used and the facility stole my items from me . The activities director stole my craft items. This is not a good place for your loved ones.

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Medicine Wheel Clinic Review by Anonymous

Medicine Wheel Clinic
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I've been at this clinic for 3 years now. It has come a long way in that time. There have been staff turnover but that is understandable. It happens at every clinic I've ever heard of. But it is very stable now and I really enjoy the counselors that are there now. And my counselor Jozie and her supervisor Brian are great. The rest of the staff is very culturally diverse and they really seem to know what they are doing. They are doing lots of work to the building and it is really homey and nice. I like the privacy of the location and it is very convenient to where I live. ****THIS IS A DRUG TREATMENT FACILITY!! THEY ARE NOT ALWAYS GOING TO BE NICE. THEY ARE HEAR TO HELP ADDICTS RECOVER AND GET BACK ON THEIR FEET AND THAT IS A HARD PROCESS THAT TAKES TOUGH LOVE!**** Looking back, I really appreciate the times they didn't let me act a fool. Part of recovery is learning how to behave normal and be responsible and because of Medicine Wheel Clinic I am stable, working and having good relationships. And I like that their logo is a Dream Catcher!!

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RHJ Medical Center, Inc Review by Anonymous

RHJ Medical Center, Inc
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To the owner of rhj medical, are you aware that one of your staff members by the name of bunny Pugh, is seeking and already seeked relations with your patients. And is married to one of your patients seeking treatment. If you dont fire and remove her license I will go to the head of this place, and go above and contact the state, if you dont fire her and remove her license. She is not fit to help anyone to recovery. She married a patient by the name of Tony, which whom tried to rob stores in new Stanton blocks from her home where she housed him. If no action is given I will go above and beyond to get this facility shutdown.

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Coda, Inc Review by Anonymous

Coda, Inc
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Staff are rude, they treat the clients and their visitors poorly. I have been here for 2 months and the level of treatment is horrible. Genetically engineered food is provided under the guise of nutrition. I've heard terrible and judgemental things come out of the staffs mouth. The turnover rate is incredible. They treat us like we are in jail and the counselors are psychologically trained hustlers who clearly do not care about anything but a paycheck. I get treated just like a number. If it's treatment you seek, look elsewhere because this program and it's curriculum is a sham.

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Alderwood Park Convalescent Center, LLC Review by Anonymous

Alderwood Park Convalescent Center, LLC
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I was there for congestive heart failure rehab and while there I got a respiratory infection, a yeast/fungal infection, I became dehydrated, they lied about filing important paperwork, I never saw a doctor, they allowed patients with cognitive disfunction to park their wheelchairs in the halls next to other patient's doors all day long into the evening, I was left on a bedpan for over an hour, it was constantly noisy, day and night, and it always took many days to get anything approved, such as something as simple getting more water or changing an over the counter drug like ibuprofen to acetaminophen. I will say that most of the staff that directly took care of me were kind and friendly, but powerless to have any control over the things mentioned above.

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Alderwood Park Convalescent Center, LLC Review by Anonymous

Alderwood Park Convalescent Center, LLC
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I was there for congestive heart failure rehab and while there I got a respiratory infection, a yeast/fungal infection, I became dehydrated, they lied about filing important paperwork, I never saw a doctor, they allowed patients with cognitive disfunction to park their wheelchairs in the halls next to other patient's doors all day long into the evening, I was left on a bedpan for over an hour, it was constantly noisy, day and night, and it always took many days to get anything approved, such as something as simple getting more water or changing an over the counter drug like ibuprofen to acetaminophen. I will say that most of the staff that directly took care of me were kind and friendly, but powerless to have any control over the things mentioned above.

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St. Charles Hospital Review by Anonymous

St. Charles Hospital
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My father (103 yrs old) was in this hospital after a recent fall. While the nurse care was excellent, the management of the hospital decided, without any notice to family, that my father could be released. I received a call from the social worker on the same day of the release to pick a rehab facility so they could free up a bed. This was after I was told they would be keeping him in the hospital for a few more days. This is disgraceful and places unnecessary stress on my family, who now has to have a conversation with my father on the same day he is being moved to a facility we had no time to properly vet. How can a hospital be a place of compassion when people making decisions have none?

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Heritage Shadyside Review by Anonymous

Heritage Shadyside
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After a fall,my mother went to Heritage Place.Having had 2 horrible experiences at Charles Morris,decided to give this rehab a try.They were so excellent. Care and rehab were more than I could have hoped for.The nursing care was fantastic.The rehab had my mother walking like she was a kid again.I don't live near this facility but if I ever need rehab,this would be the only place I would go.They don't come any better than this. 5 star!!!

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Vertex, LLC Review by Anonymous

Vertex, LLC
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Very good service They help people with addiction

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Glenwood Rehab & Convalescent Review by Anonymous

Glenwood Rehab & Convalescent
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This place is a living nightmare. Dirty, smells horrible, unfriendly staff. Apparently they don’t know when the phone rings answer it when a resident pushes there button for help come help them not just turn the call light off. When a resident or family member is standing in front of you acknowledge them. Remember the saying treat others as you want to be treated. Treat them how you would want your family member treated. They are humans with feelings just like you. If resident needs help nurses you are not to good to help them if CNA is unavailable. It’s bad enough to have to put a family member in a place like this without having unnessary worries and aggravations to deal with.

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Vertex, LLC Review by Anonymous

Vertex, LLC
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Very professional staff They working with you and your family Thank you for your help

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Summerfield Health Care Review by Anonymous

Summerfield Health Care
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Small building with a big heart for HD. Staff is awesome, very helpful.

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Summerfield Health Care Review by Anonymous

Summerfield Health Care
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They were very compassionate and supportive, care very much and hold lots of events for the patients.

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NCJ Health System Review by Anonymous

NCJ Health System
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I worked for this place and they are very unprofessional, they do not return phone calls or emails to their employees.... I've caught them in quite a few lies while working there as well it's always an excuse whenever they do decide to answer the phone... They do not offer direct deposit they send personal checks and if you get paid on the 10th you're lucky if you receive your check by 17th of the month.... They pay is for someone who's uneducated and desperate.... I helped a friend out with her mom worse mistake of my life working for this company.... Only one person in there speaks proper English.... I wouldn't recommend this place to a dog!!!!

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Wellstar Paulding Hospital Review by Anonymous

Wellstar Paulding Hospital
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I have gone to this hospital for over 20 years (both old & new location). They are the BEST. Never had any complaints. Yesterday, I went to Cartersville Medical Center for a cervical Spinal epidural & realized just how lucky I was to go to Wellstar Paulding. I would NEVER go to Cartersville Medical unless you have to. The quality of care, their thoroughness, & bedside manner are the best I have ever experienced. Highly recommend

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A Forever Recovery Review by Anonymous

A Forever Recovery
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Your grammar sucks in your years of fake ass testimonials and there are so many glaring obvious flaws that you obviously overlooked as you were trying to fool anyone and everyone who read the reviews in their attempt to get accurate information regarding this facility...It just blows my mind that I spent 20 minutes reading all these fake ass reviews before I noticed so many similarities. I couldn’t believe it! I thought to myself, why? Then I thought, wow, what a dishonest person and a perpetual liar...for years you have come on here, like every week or every month to write some fake ass review! You refer to this place as AFR in so many of your reviews....guess what there buddy?? Somebody writing a review wouldn’t call it that for one. I found so many of the same exact sentences in so many reviews that it was clear you copy and pasted over the years (got lazy and ran out of material) I do have a question...did you enjoy acting like you were a mother, concerned sister, or a father?? Did you just type as you came up with these bullshit stories?? One more question...why are you so stupid to think everyone else is as dumb as you??! All anyone has to do is read these bullshit reviews which does a crap job of trying to paint this facility like it is the greatest most caring rehab on the planet....I mean do you think you embellished just a tad?? Anyway, I’m done with my rant....I just hate liars and fraudsters and people that try to mislead others....obviously you have been creating these for years to try to get addicts to come there for some reason to benefit you in some way. Whatever. You are a liar

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A Forever Recovery Review by Anonymous

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85 reviews and they are all positive??? You think people wouldn’t notice the bullshit? Wow!!!’ You are a fraud!!! And a liar!!!

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A Forever Recovery Review by Anonymous

A Forever Recovery
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What a joke!!!’ Obviously someone involved with this place is a weirdo and fraudster!!’ Read their comments!!! They are posing as different people and you can obviously tell it was all written by the same person. Ridiculous!! You are a liar and have alterior motives obviously!!! You are a joke!

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Charlotte Behavioral Healthcare Review by Anonymous

Charlotte Behavioral Healthcare
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If you are struggling with depression, this place will make it worse.

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Clay Crossing Foundation, Inc Review by Anonymous

Clay Crossing Foundation, Inc
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take your money forget the patient. crappy counselor Kelly. snobby director. don't care about the patient at all

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A Forever Recovery Review by Anonymous

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8 months ago, my parents talked me into going to A Forever Recovery and it ended up being the best thing for me. Over the years I’ve gone to my parents a lot when I’ve needed help and it’s always amazed me that no matter how much I’ve put them through, and I’ve put them through more than any parent should have to deal with, that they’ve always been there, lending me support and helping me get treatment for my drug addiction. I’ve gone to a lot of rehabs since I started using. Some of them did help me a bit and some didn’t help me at all. Every time I tried to get sober only to relapse was always just another failure on my part and eventually I stopped wanting to get help. Figuring that it wasn’t going to work anyways so why should my parents waste the money or the time? When my parents told me about AFR I was at a point in my life where I just wanted to give up. I wasn’t suicidal, just so tired of the life I’d been living that I wasn’t all that far away from becoming suicidal. So when my parents first told me about AFR and asked if I’d go, I told them no. I’d hurt my parents so much, every time I relapsed after a program, I hurt them and I was tired of doing that to them. I didn’t think any rehab would help me so I figured it’d be better not to get anyone’s hopes up. They kept talking to me about it though and I eventually gave in and agreed to go. When I went to AFR though I didn’t go because I thought it would help. I went because I was hoping that if it didn’t work my parents would finally give me up for the lost cause I knew myself to be and then I could stop disappointing them even more. I got to AFR 8 months ago and I really loved it there. It was a lot easier for me to be at AFR than I’d expected. The staff in detox were amazing and it made my detox a lot easier to take. Most people who work in drug rehabs do so because they want to help people. The problem I’ve always run into is that those people might have good intentions but they don’t have any experience with drugs themselves so it creates a divide. There are staff working at AFR who have been addicted to drugs and they have that experience. Having someone to talk to who’d been through it and knew what I was going through made such a huge difference to me. They knew how to help me with my detox because they knew what helped them through it. They have the SMART program at AFR and it’s the first time I’ve done that program. They do have different programs at AFR but, I’d done enough 12-step programs before to know that they wouldn’t help me and I was really interested in the SMART program. I really liked that about AFR. The fact that I was able to do a program that truly interested me and wasn’t made to do the same program as everyone else. Another thing that helped me a lot was that I was there for 2 months. I’ve done 60 day programs in the past and relapsed right after so it wasn’t just the length of time I spent there. It wasn’t just the program either or the staff that were so great with me. All of those things together though, that made going to AFR the best experience I’ve ever had when I was trying to get sober. It honestly still amazes me how much going to AFR helped me. I went there 8 months ago and I’m still sober. I’ve been home for 6 months and I haven’t touched a thing. It’s easy to stay sober at rehab. There’s nothing there, nothing to distract or tempt you to use and so when you have a craving it’s pretty easy to push it aside. When you’re at home and craving is a whole different thing and it can be hard to not give in to those cravings. I learned how to handle those cravings when I was at AFR and it’s been a huge part of why I’m still sober today.

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Westfall Associates Review by Anonymous

Westfall Associates
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I have been in many mental health treatment facilities over the years and Westfall is by far superior. They are the kindest most dedicated group of people that i have ever met. They have always gone above and beyond the realm of their job requirements and shown genuine concern and compassion. I have never had any problems scheduling appts or receiving call backs in emergency situations.

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Phoenix Clinic Review by Anonymous

Phoenix Clinic
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Phoenix Clinic has been closed for several years. An auto body repair show is in the building the clinic once occupied.

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Conifer Park, Inc Review by Anonymous

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Terrible place waste of time

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Infinite Home Health, Inc Review by Anonymous

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If you have a choice -- AVOID! AVOID! My wife has a rare neurological disorder leading to a type of aphasia, and has been receiving speech therapy with a woman who's been providing a lot of help. The therapist's agency was engaged by Infinite Home Health so my wife could continue her treatment. At the end of July, Infinite sent a nurse to re-evaluate my wife, who was approved for 12 more sessions with the therapist. However, after just two more sessions, the therapist had to go out of town for two weeks, and my wife did not want to start with a new therapist for that short time. We agreed with the agency to discharge my wife, and have her re-evaluated once again when the therapist returned, and pick up where we left off. However, once we were ready to resume, Annette, the case manager at Infinite said she would not re-certify my wife for the remaining sessions she had already been approved for. Why? (Get ready to laugh.) She said she didn't have a nurse available to come to our home to do the eval. Here's the funny part: We live in Studio City. The Infinite office is in Woodland Hills -- about 20 minutes away. She said she only had two nurses in the field, and neither of them wanted to cross the 405 Fwy. "because of traffic." Wow, what a professional outfit. My wife's speech therapist got the news from Annette earlier in the day that she wouldn't re-certify my wife, but Annette never mentioned the nurse/traffic issue. I asked her why she failed to mention that. Annette said "[The therapist] doesn't work for me. I'm not obligated to give her a reason." Nice attitude. I'm left with the impression that Infinite Home Health represents everything American consumers hate about "health care" in this country. We will now be on the hunt for another outfit to provide the service we are looking for.

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Operation, PAR, Inc Review by Anonymous

Operation, PAR, Inc
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Nicest place in Lee County. These people go above and beyond to keep you from relapsing. The doctor, the counselors and administration are on point. Love these guys

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Larlin Health Care, Inc Review by Anonymous

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Staff does not communicate with each other or aids they send to your house. They send aids who do not even know how to load a dishwasher. Very short on aids. Disappointing.

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Break the Cycle, Inc Review by Anonymous

Break the Cycle, Inc
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I just complete a 12 hour course from the Palm Coast Break the Cycle program. Every class was positive and up lifting and entertaining. I really enjoyed the program and the counselors, Robert and Angie were very well trained and very articulate with the classes and very knowledgeable. I owe them much and they really helped me and I am a better person because of them. I went in during maybe the lowest point in my life and now I can look forward in a positive and respectful way. The Palm Coast office went through a remodel during my visits and was 90% complete on my last class. The office assistant, Gabrielle was very friendly as well and was professional and prompt with all my paper work and fee's and receipts. Thank you again Robert and Angie for getting me up and back on my feet again and to be the husband and father I once was. Paul S.

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Damon House, Inc Review by Anonymous

Damon House, Inc
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Unfortunately, the quality of care is very poor. If you are truly trying to get clean, this is not a facility you want to go to. They do not rehabilitate you. People in there need to get the proper therapy and meetings. This place will trigger you and if you have any kind of trauma- you will not make it. They need more staff. They have the addicts running the house rather than the workers. It is horrible that a place like this that could help so many people runs the way it does. This place sets addicts up for failure. Most people are mandated to be here. Yes- maybe it seems better to go here than jail or prison, but if you are court mandated you will probably not make it anyway. If you have a family member in here please advocate to get them sent somewhere else. The phone calls are supervised and the mail is read so the addict is unable to speak freely and at will.

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Kensington Hospital Review by Anonymous

Kensington Hospital
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needs an understanding doctor and director with understanding addiction and addicts behaviors

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Galax Treatment Center, Inc Review by Anonymous

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Let me tell you about the Life Center in Galax Va. My son tried for days to get into a rehab. He has Medicaid so his options were limited. I have never seen so much effort and positive attitude regarding treatment from.mynson, ever. My son was not on suboxone or benzos prior to his admission. Within 24 hours my son is arrested for disorderly conduct. The supposed rehab started administering suboxone and benzos to my son. You would think being I'm his emergency contact that the rehab, The Life Center of Galax, would have contacted me about the incident. They have not and I just found out my son is sitting in a jail for the last 3 days! Do not send your family member to that facility. I thought the whole purpose of rehab is to come off drugs not be given drugs!

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Wexford House Review by Anonymous

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This is the most neglectful facility. Patient care is lacking to say the least. Patients are made to sit for hours when they need to go to the bathroom and at night when they need to go to bed. My mothers clothing was not changed as she was put to bed in the same clothes she wore that day rather than her bed cloth which she was in again the next day. Call lights go unaddressed and often ignored especially on the weekends. I had to call my sister and have her come and assist me with helping her to bed and to the bathroom as the nurses refused to help her. I suggest you keep looking for another facility unless you plan on staying with your loved one day and night as I have had too with my mother.

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Power House Services, Inc Review by Anonymous

Power House Services, Inc
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Great facility and great staff!

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Power House Services, Inc Review by Anonymous

Power House Services, Inc
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It’s hard to put into words, the gratitude that I have for Power House. While I was there I learned how to live a life in recovery through the 12 steps and structure of the house. The staff is knowledgeable and passionate about helping young men find a meaningful life they can be grateful for. I made life long friends with the staff and my peers in the house. I found a new family by going to Power House that have been there for me since graduating from the program over a decade ago. I don’t know where I’d be without Power House.

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Banner Estrella Medical Center Review by Anonymous

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Tower 1 Sixth floor everyone is typically ok EXCEPT FOR RN Raynell. He was a nonchalant asshole during the time of high concern for this women's daughter who live in New Jersey. But to top it ass while a young woman was sleeping he intentionally threw a pillow on her head KNOWING exactly where her head was and that she was sleep. His level of consideration is on the floor. I popped at a room full of people because they drew blood anyway when the lady kept saying NO IT WON'T WORK while I was sleep (I stayed sleep bc I thought no ment no) so when they came back night two with that same shit I popped on like 6 people with my eyes closed and concluded with a goodnight and covered my head.

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Stewart Marchman Act Behavioral Review by Anonymous

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Good place to go if serious about getting help.

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