ill-equipped for dual diagnosis. If your loved one has a strong psychiatric component, this is definitely NOT the place! They were unable to handle my loved one’s initial bipolar episodes coming off of meth and crack. Isn’t this the purpose of a “rehab”? Then, they had the audacity to bill as an “inpatient psychiatric ward”?!?Care was loose and clients freely move in and out of the facility which is so counterproductive in the first few days of sobriety :( More like a sober house than a rehab. Praise God my loved one is now sober on their own and not a single sign of being bipolar...phew!
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