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Galax Treatment Center, Inc Review by Anonymous

Galax Treatment Center, Inc
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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

Wexford House
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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

Banner Estrella Medical Center
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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

Stewart Marchman Act Behavioral
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Good place to go if serious about getting help.

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Park Place Recovery Center Review by Anonymous

Park Place Recovery Center
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Do you get to see family

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Heartfelt Home Healthcare Services, Inc Review by Anonymous

Heartfelt Home Healthcare Services, Inc
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I have worked at Heartfelt Home Healthcare since 2013 and can honestly say it was the best decision I ever made. Heartfelt provides their nurses with the resources and support needed to offer excellence in patient outcomes. I am very proud to be a part of the Heartfelt team and would encourage other nurses that want to make a difference while being rewarded both professionally and personally to come in and see what Heartfelt is all about.

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Project Adam Review by Anonymous

Project Adam
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Wow! Project ADAM is a State Licensed Facility,CARF Accredited,United Way,Etc. They have more oversite then anything out there. So, if you were not successful and relapsed please don't bad mouth the treatment,just take a look at yourself. Gina McDonald is the most honest person you will ever know. Go PA SAVING LIVES ONE DAY AT A TIME

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Project Adam Review by Anonymous

Project Adam
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Saved my life. Project ADAM has been there 40 plus years and I wouldn't consider any place Else.Thank you PA

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Recovery Concepts Review by Anonymous

Recovery Concepts
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Welcoming atmosphere, compassionate staff, opens early so people can get in, out, and go about their day. A great fit!

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American Behavioral Clinic Review by Anonymous

American Behavioral Clinic
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This place has become an assembly line. You are rushed in and out, so they can see you in 15 minutes and spend there time writing. Treated me like a criminal when had to cancel an appointment for a valid reason. Don't they ever get sick?;

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Convenient Home Health Care Review by Anonymous

Convenient Home Health Care
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Terrible payors. They never paid their bills on time and left us with an unpaid balance. Do not do business with them!!!!! You will not be paid!!!!!!! Terrible company!!

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Cullman Health Care Center Review by Anonymous

Cullman Health Care Center
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Staff was friendly. Placed for rehab in rm with no sink, toilet or means to control rm temp.-Some of staff came in with vomiting and diarrhea. Bag in bedside commode not always changed before it was time to use again. Food not appetizing. Old time crank bed. At total mercy for everything. including walking with walker or wheel chair if staff not available and that was more often--- not.

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Chabad Residential Treatment Center Review by Anonymous

Chabad Residential Treatment Center
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Chabad is awesome. I was a really difficult client. I wasn't just struggling with alcoholism & drug addiction but C-PTSD & resulting mental illness. The counselors, therapists, psychiatrist, & other clients were amazing, and they were very kind, concerned, & compassionate with me. I'm clean and sober about a year now, back on my feet, self-sufficient, happily working full-time & taking care of my son & dog. I don't think I'd even be alive were it not for Chabad. Thank you

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Mcintyre Center Review by Anonymous

Mcintyre Center
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Great service and programs. Caring staff!

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Charlotte Hall Veterans Home Review by Anonymous

Charlotte Hall Veterans Home
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Some of the nursing staff is mean and rude. The majority of the staff will not return phone calls to a listed family member when an issue is brought to their attention. Call lights for assistance are turned off and assistance has not been rendered. Resident has to wait at times for assistance close to an hour or more. Medications are not administered as often as prescribed. Soiled bed linens are not changed promptly. Food quality is poor. Food tray is placed in front of resident needing assistance, without cutting up their food.

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Parkwood Behavioral Health System Review by Anonymous

Parkwood Behavioral Health System
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The situation was involving the black therapist having told me that at #Parkwood, I don't state careless emotionally written threats; even through it wasn't real or had meant no more than hot air being released. My recent predicament was the staff had already got done with tormenting me psychologically enough to derail my already wounded thought pattern and desperate need for guidance and redirection. That emotional attack they previously were doing on me was not a good tactic to help me with my problem when I was already in that state as is. Their reasoning on treating the patients was irrational and manipulative beyond any other personal life experience I've ever had taken to impact at me at such an inner level. That just makes you for example feel most certainly worse than it was for yourself as they take everything you do or say literally and come back on you intentionally over it. It's utterly shocking how they deliberately aim at taking certain points of advantage at the noted weaknesses they immediately observe and make the patent's bend over backwards for them, in such a debilitated fear of the staff. My parent's voluntary forceful push upon my physical direction was against my on instinct when I looked last of those two big ominous doors. I was lost at my Mom's judgment to put her own and only child into without at least back checking if any. She only went by what seems disturbing and too far fetched to believe, were those advertisements, which may not be anywhere close to the truth and any underlying aspects to the facts at all. She put her utter and heart-filled faith into misguiding insane people running a beckoning place of horrors if any less, run by white lies and con artist. I argued that there was a chance that it was recorded into my record for filing in was only put away, whether than being hidden enough under my legal 'rights' as a patient there after a mere decade. I was fearing of possible exposure if any employer was going to check into my personal criminal and behavioral records before excepting me into any future job position.

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West Valley Dialysis Clinic Review by Anonymous

West Valley Dialysis Clinic
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The center has staff that simply will not talk to you unless you are in their pod. Nurse Practicioner is a know it all.

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ARK of Little Cottonwood Review by Anonymous

ARK of Little Cottonwood
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I was there as a teenager in 2001, and was strong armed by my parents to sign the documents agreeing to the mandatory 90 day program. That’s a separate issue, but I felt the counselors were there to bully you, didn’t listen to your feelings, pretty much telling you the kind of person you were and while 18 year olds can be addicts, I felt the program was completely misguided but rather geared towards an overall method, not catered to the individuals needs. As I reflect on it now, this place scarred me, there is no “referee” in the groups to control some of the outlandish things they can say, and the people can bully you and pretty much verbally abuse you. I was eventually voted out by the group because of “my attitude,” and while some may say it was due to not working the program, I felt I could have used help but it was the wrong kind of help. Felt more like a business model/method for making money, rather than catering to the needs of the individual and for the costs of this place, it’s not worth it. Maybe they have made some changes, but this was the worst experience of my life and I still remember it as if it were yesterday. I’m doing great now and have had therapy over the years in a much more constructive, loving way that has helped me become a successful and strong person. I wouldn’t recommend it.

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Dialysis Center of Columbus Review by Anonymous

Dialysis Center of Columbus
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The staff are awesome and the facility is great. The care I receive is always excellent.

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Northern Educational Services, Inc Review by Anonymous

Northern Educational Services, Inc
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where do i buy the apple watch on here

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Bentleys Extended Care Review by Anonymous

Bentleys Extended Care
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I placed my mother in this facility for one month. In that month she was dry one time when I came to visit her. I requested a few specific needs she had, to be kept dry warm and free of bruises. I went to management every time she was in an hours old diaper. I was assured they would address the issue. I'm sure they did. However, the staff does not seem to read the requests of the family. My mother is more comfortable in an undershirt. I made that request up front, yet over and over again I would have to put on one her when I came to visit. Very large bruises were found on her legs just above her knees, inner thigh and outer. I never heard any resolution as to how it happened or what was done. DO NOT TAKE YOUR LOVED ONE HERE. It has a 1 rating for a reason.

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Holly Manor Center Review by Anonymous

Holly Manor Center
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Takes a very long time to get help when requesting it through the night, waiting 45 minutes to hours at times. State needs to do a surprise inspection at night, however doors are locked so impossible.

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Gaudenzia, Inc Review by Anonymous

Gaudenzia, Inc
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I am not a patient. I am an ancillary mental health provider. The patients do not receive real treatment. They are told to get each other well. Staff curse at and degrade client s. They yell at them. Staff are mean and bullying because they can be. Staff will arrange an outing and on a whim decide no one can go. Staff cash in clients cards to buy goods for them. The staff don’t buy what the clients ask for, spend less and pocket the change. Clients are assigned a counselor. This is who the client must go to to find out what the options are. Some need and ask for individualized therapy. They are often denied for another week “just because you went and asked” By the time their turn comes they are about to leave the facility. The clients are told things like “that’s for me to know and you to find out” when clients ask about aftercare. There is no generator so when electricity goes out the gate that separates men and women is not locked. One male client walked around masturbating during a recent power outage, threatening to rape someone. When clients complain to upper management they find that upper management tells the staff and then clients are treated even worse. The building has mold in the bedrooms coming up from the floor and soaked into the rugs.

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Beacon House Review by Anonymous

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Julie the councilor's racist and political views were obvious on a daily basis. It was exhausing to have to constantly defend my views

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Wichita Community Action, Inc Review by Anonymous

Wichita Community Action, Inc
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This company has the best supportive staff I've ever seen. They were accurate and made sure all my documentation was kept private and confidential. They are willing to be flexible with payments so that your guaranteed to receive the care you need. I recommend them to anyone who is needing anything in reference with addiction hands down.

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Pace, Inc Review by Anonymous

Pace, Inc
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Not required to attend meetings, they ask you to detail on whiteboard. Lack of experienced current curriculum. Just old Xerox handouts...they ask students to supports their tough love. Needs a makeover...old and dingy. They arent transparent on dates or work forms. Its crowded in many programs...you are grouped with offenders and dui and criminals. Ask questions...there is better care..as I've received it. They play tough but no one needs tough love when you are vulnerable.

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Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center Review by Anonymous

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My 82 year old mother was transported there, from her living assisted center, on the Saturday morning of June 29, 2019, with a severe cough and abdominal pain due to her constant coughing. She was given a 12 Lead Electrocardiogram and left in a corner, with the curtain drawn, until Dr. Eduardo Lares released her at 7:35 that night. She was not fed, nor provided with any of her prescribed medications. She is insulin dependent and receives dialysis 3 times a week. She started crying as soon as my sister got there to pick her up. She said it was a horrible experience. The next day, Sunday June 30, 2019, the assisted living center had to call an ambulance because she was having trouble breathing. My sister asked them to send her to San Antonio Hospital because of the terrible treatment she received at Pomona Valley Hospital. Mount San Antonio Hospital diagnosed her with pneumonia and immediately admitted her. She was there for four days. This is not the first time Pomona Valley Hospital has discharged her, when she was very ill, only to have her back in the emergency room within days of her release. Our annual emergency room and ambulance fees are outrageous!

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Watershed Treatment Center Review by Anonymous

Watershed Treatment Center
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On top of an addiction to drugs, the watershed is the scarring experience that I still struggle with. Your rights will be abused. Period.

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A Forever Recovery Review by Anonymous

A Forever Recovery
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I’d been addicted to heroin for 9 years when my dad had a heart attack 5 years ago. He went through surgery and he was fine but, when I was visiting him in the hospital he begged me to get help. He told me that he didn’t want me to die before and that before he died he wanted to know I was sober and that I’d be okay. That is the exact moment in my life when I started caring about my life and my sobriety. I went to A Forever Recovery and after doing my program there I did okay for 6 months. I didn’t have an easy time of it but, I stayed sober for 6 months at which point I relapsed. I hid it from my dad for a few months but, he found out that I’d been getting high again. I agreed to go to treatment again and even though I’d liked AFR a lot he wanted me to try a different center since I’d relapsed after my AFR program. I agreed with my dad and went somewhere else. Relapsed after that program and went to 2 more rehabs before going back to AFR. After that my dad and I agreed that going back to AFR was for the best. I had stayed sober much longer after that program so we thought it would be better than trying something new again. I’m glad I went back to AFR. There’s something about the people at AFR that made going through rehab easier for me. I didn’t have a problem with staying there for however long I might need to be there. There counselors at AFR will make you work really hard on you program but they also make sure you have fun when you aren’t working on it. The activities and outings they set up were always fun and I always had a good time during them. There were two years between the first time I went to AFR and the second time I went. When I got there for my second program I was worried that it’d be weird or that the staff would be disappointed in me. However there a few staff there who had dealt with addiction themselves and the other staff have been working at rehabs long enough to understand just how hard getting and staying sober can be. Having people there who understood what I was dealing with because they’d done it too made the program a lot easier for me. I could talk to my counselor and when he said something to me I knew it wasn’t something that he’d read and was repeating to me. He had real life experience with addiction, he’d found what worked for him to stay sober and he helped me find what worked for me. The second program I did at AFR was probably a bit more helpful than the first time I went through the program. By the time I graduated from AFR I understood so much more about myself. I understood what and who I had to stay away from and what and who I could handle being around. This program also helped my dad a lot too. My counselor spoke with him routinely throughout my program. He kept my dad updated on what I was doing on my program and how I was doing. He helped my dad understand my addiction and the problems I was dealing better than I ever could. He also worked with the two of us and helped us get started in repairing our relationship. I graduated from AFR 18 months ago and I’m still sober. I love this. I love being sober, I love how much better my life has become. My dad and I are closer than ever too. We’ve rebuilt our relationship and it’s stronger than ever. There’s been so many times when I’ve gone to him for help because I was thinking about using. Before working with him during my program I wouldn’t have done that. I wouldn’t have thought he could handle it or understand it. With that help though I’ve had someone who’s completely in my corner who understands and can help me when I need it. My dad’s been there for me throughout my entire addiction. Helping me get into treatment when I need it or just being there to talk. I’m so happy that he can see me sober for this long and know that I’ll stay sober.

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Selah Convalescent Review by Anonymous

Selah Convalescent
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This place and the people that run it were like angels to me . The best care I could have asked for. I was here for one whole month. I am forever grateful to them all! They are a great team!!

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Windsor Laurelwood Center Review by Anonymous

Windsor Laurelwood Center
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Howard Center Review by Anonymous

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last place you want to be. bed bugs and they dont submit to your insurance. AND THEY DONT CARE IF YOU HAVE TO PAY OUT OF POCKET BECAUSE THEY DIDNT DO THEIR JOB TO SUBMIT AND GET APPROVAL 1ST. BE CAREFUL AND GO ANYWHERE BUT THIS PLACE

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Sage Review by Anonymous

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The staff at Sage (Jose, and Lyndsey and Crystal) are great! They all show concern for my sobriety, helped me along during a bumpy road, and were always there to listen and give advice. The classes must be taken seriously and you need to be able to listen and understand the bigger message that's being taught in order to succeed. SOBRIETY STARTS WITH YOU MAKING THE CHOICE , and THEY WILL HELP YOU THE BEST THEY CAN TO STAY FOCUSED AND GUIDE YOU TO BETTER CHOICES. I plan on going to classes even though I have now finished the program. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking to get sober and stay sober.

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Meadowbrook Manor Review by Anonymous

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This nursing home is now called Concord HealthCenter of Hartford. I have lots of problems with it as a resident because they allow other residents to threaten you, they lie about you when you didn't do anything or say anything wrong, they also don't inform you of rule changes. The staff have attitude about answering call lights and helping people especially at night. I have seen the nurse on night shift allow the aide to sleep in the den. They also allow certain individuals certain things and not the others. They favor residents. They messed up my SSI amount and told me something different and only when I got upset they had the amount and fixed it within 3 minutes but made me wait a week. I just feel that this is not a safe environment for your loved ones and it is out in the country so its far away from hospitals and from stores and important doctors. I enjoyed this place when I first got here but it is extremely understaffed and there have been a lot of bad changes. I hope you will look elsewhere. Thanks

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Colonial Manor Medical Rehab Center Review by Anonymous

Colonial Manor Medical Rehab Center
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First and foremost I will say...if you love/like your loved one or friend, dont send them here. If you dont like them, then this is the perfect place. There is a reason that there are so many empty rooms, while other facilities are full. It's obvious by the care, compassion and attitude of most of the staff that they either dont want to be in that profession or are not paid very well. Any reason is not an excuse for this type of care. These are HUMAN beings. Now there was a few that cared, but for the most part it is a disgrace. Another thing you can expect, no communication with family. Then when you are face to face, they will say they tried calling but nothing ever showed up. Now for the biggest problem at that place...the social worker Beth. This is an employee who is most definitely in the wrong profession. She is unhelpful as they come. Makes things up so she can just leave. Dont take her word for anything. If you need anything, you are better off asking a wall.

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Buckingham Valley Rehab & Nursing Unit Review by Anonymous

Buckingham Valley Rehab & Nursing Unit
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Where has administration been . How can they have not been aware of the gross,ongoing disgrace that has spread in this facility. There is filth everywhere. The kitchen is a breeding ground for food borne illness. Walls and appliances are caked with dry food and waste. Shame on the administrator, DON,owners, and the board of health for not taking co plants seriously

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Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center, Inc Review by Anonymous

Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center, Inc
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Staff was AWESOME!.. Therapy team was AWESOME as well.. it’s all what you put into it. You get what you put in. They teach you how to get sober and they give you the tools on how to stay sober. It’s up to you weather or not you want to use those tools.. I see people making all kinds of excuses on here but if you failed it’s nobodys fault but your own! The people that are staying in the facility are the ones that do the cleaning so it can be as clean as you want it to be, or as dirty as you want it to be.. that’s on you.. Don’t bring drugs because they WILL find them and you WILL get kicked out.. rightfully so.

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Rocky Mountain Care Clearfield Review by Anonymous

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A very dear friend of mine was in that facility for 43 days. No one informed her when the insurance ran out. She is an older lady with no family. She went into that facility as a size 16 and came out a size 6. She actually wanted to leave on different occasions and was told she couldn't until she could use her walker. At her age she believed the horrible people there. Now she is stuck with a bill that she will never be able to pay.

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South Brooklyn Nephrology Center Review by Anonymous

South Brooklyn Nephrology Center
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This is a well ran facility the staff is very helpful and it is very clean.

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South Brooklyn Nephrology Center Review by Anonymous

South Brooklyn Nephrology Center
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The team is efficient and the good humor makes the time go fast.

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South Brooklyn Nephrology Center Review by Anonymous

South Brooklyn Nephrology Center
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The team are kind, genuine and very loving, they have been helping me for over 12 years

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Cape Regional Medical Center, Inc Review by Anonymous

Cape Regional Medical Center, Inc
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In October 2017, I was admitted to Cape Regional for a condition called rhabdomyolysis from their emergency room. There was no good explanation for why I had developed the condition, which related to my left calf, and the emergency room doctor was therefore appropriately concerned about my diagnosis. However, once I was admitted (at a time when the hospital was nearly empty) I spent the next 12+ hours in continually escalating pain and despite this, no doctor ever set foot in my room to examine me or otherwise evaluate my worsening condition firsthand. Finally a nurse (in her words) had to argue with the doctor assigned to manage my care to have him order a very simple, fast, and inexpensive pressure test on my calf, at which point it was finally discovered I had another condition called compartment syndrome. By then though, the pressure in my leg had increased so significantly that I needed emergency surgery and all of the muscle in that compartment of my leg had become necrotic. The extremely delayed diagnosis has left me with permanent disabilities. The hospital in all this time has refused to acknowledge any mistake on their part of any kind relative to their care--and furthermore, they have refused to provide to me the name of the doctor who was responsible for managing my care at the time, even though they maintain they did nothing wrong, so there is no good reason to refuse to provide this very basic information to me. This hospital in my opinion based on this experience, is medically and ethically irresponsible. I'd put zero stars if the system would allow it on this review, but it doesn't, so I'm forced to give them one--they don't deserve even that. Also note: as of at least July 2019, their Better Business Bureau rating is an "F"

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Golden Oaks Medical Care Facility Review by Anonymous

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Decatur County General Hospital Review by Anonymous

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Worst hospital in the USA. My 92 year old mother was taken to this hospital emergency room with a hip fracture. It took us hours to get transported to Nashville. The fall happened at 2PM. EMS response was prompt but took her to this facility "emergency room". We finally got transported to Nashville leaving there at 11:15. Got to St. Thomas at 1:15. by then she had aspirated & after another xray found the hip fracture was a complete break. This hospital is not where anyone would want their loved one treated. AVOID AT ALL COST. They almost cause my mother's death since she was not treated promptly. They cannot handle a emergency & I suggest never using them again.They should not have any stars. I rate them zero!!!

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Lindsay Manor Nursing Home Review by Anonymous

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Personally, with all the disgusting, immoral acts towards the patients/residents I've heard of, I think they need to shut the damn place down. I've heard of an elderly woman in her 80s being sexually assaulted by a young Nurse's Aide. I think people need to stay far away from this hellish place...I'm serious!

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A Forever Recovery Review by Anonymous

A Forever Recovery
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The other day I was speaking with my aftercare specialist from A Forever Recovery and she asked me to write some reviews about myself success after going through my program. I don’t talk to her much anymore because I’ve been clean for 2 years now and she only calls to check on me occasionally now. I can’t explain exactly how amazing it feels to have 2 years of sobriety. That’s 2 years of living my life on my own terms, 2 years of not being an amazingly absolute disappointment to my family. I had used heroin for 10 years before going into the program at AFR. During that 10 years I averaged 2 rehabs a year. By the time I was 30 I’d been to over 20 rehabs. And it didn’t matter what kind of program I tried, what sort of facility I went to whether state run or a private facility. Nothing worked for me. I didn’t always relapse immediately but I did always relapse and my sobriety didn’t last longer than 6 months. When I went into the program at AFR I wanted to get clean. I had struggled with my addiction for so long and it had ruined every personal relationship in my life as well as completely draining the people around me. My parents were miserable because of me, my sister stayed engaged for 5 years because she was afraid of me showing up high at her wedding. I hadn’t even talked to my brother in over 3 years. I knew I ruining everything and as much as I struggled to fix it, I couldn’t. When I went to AFR my parents were at the end of their rope. The last few rehabs they had sent me to it was more to keep me out of trouble then because they thought it would work. I went for mostly that reason as well. As much as I didn’t want it I was convinced I’d end up dying from an overdose before I’d get permanently clean. As much as my parents wanted me sober, they were waiting for that phone call informing them I was dead. My parents sent me to AFR just to try something different, we all hoped for a miracle but none of us actually expected it and that’s what AFR was for me. An absolute miracle. The staff that worked with me during my program were completely relentless in ensuring I did my program the right way. I’d been through so many that I didn’t always try as hard as I should have. The staff didn’t let me get away with that, they made sure I did it all and that it was done right. Which I totally needed. The dedication and commitment that the staff at AFR have towards their client’s sobriety is something I hadn’t experienced before. All the staff working there were completely invested in making me and everyone I went through the program with stayed sober. When I first got home after I finished my program I was terrified. I had done everything right while I was there but being home was completely different for me and I needed a lot of help and guidance. I called my aftercare specialist almost daily. She helped me so much. Helped me deal with all the emotions being home had created. Helped me work out and deal with every hiccup, snag and problem I encountered. Much of my sobriety is due to the staff that helped me through my program. Just as much is due to aftercare specialist who was always there to talk when I needed help. Absolutely all of my continued sobriety is due to the staff at AFR who didn’t let me give up and were just as dedicated to my sobriety as I was. It’s hard to explain just how much it meant to me and how much it still means to me that these people who I’d just met care so much about me, my life and my sobriety. It’s not hard to know what my life would’ve have been like if I hadn’t gone to AFR and I’m so grateful my parents found and got me into that program. Not only am I still alive because of it, I actually have a life because of it, a real, honest to God happy life.

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Marycrest Manor Review by Anonymous

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My mother was there for rehab and I cannot stress enough NOT to put your loved one there. They are short/handed, lack equipment, and the aids are very nonchalant... they get to you when they darn well want to. Please don’t interrupt their cell phone calls or social media. The food is always served cold for your enjoyment. This place needs a whole new management team... one that cares about the elderly. It’s a real shame how this place operates... take this review VERY seriously!

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Emerson Health Care Center Review by Anonymous

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"There are some very evil people working here." An apt description by the most wonderful person there ever was, who was taken to this facility to "rehab" on a stretcher, and in less than three months, he was taken out in a BODY BAG! They say that "no parent should ever have to bury a child," but there are SOME children who should NEVER have to bury a parent who suffered and died in such an unfathomable manner! Please don't EVER send someone you love here! Stay far, far away from here! EVIL WORKS THERE!

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