My loved one had a traumatizing experience at Princeton House. She was accepted into a group program after making the incredibly difficult decision to get sober and address the issues that drove her to drink in the first place. After one week, the person who facilitated the meetings CALLED HER AT WORK to let her know that she could no longer attend the meetings and would have to transfer to another facility. She was told that someone else in the group felt uncomfortable with her being there because they shop in the store she works in. Princeton House dropped her at the most vulnerable point in her recovery, putting her at risk of relapsing or even hurting herself. They reserve the right to do this. This whole situation is first and foremost, unethical, but it goes beyond that to negligent and irresponsible. I would warn anyone who is considering Princeton House that this is a possible outcome, and I can only hope that this review prevents further damage to people seeking help.
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