2019-10-05 15:17:38 via Google
People seem to either hate this place from experience of loved the service they provided when they were there. When I was there I can honestly say it saved my life and can't express my gratitude to the facility enough. The amount of food that is offered to you is unbelievable.
2019-08-11 15:16:51 via Google
They saved my life. I appreciate everything they did for me to get me thru a severe mania cycle. This was 4 years ago & I'm still doing pretty good with the help of continued therapy & meds. The facility was alright. Not fancy, but that's good because you need to work on getting out of the hospital. If it was more like a resort spa, it'd be tough to get us out of there to live our real lives.
2019-09-23 18:12:38 via Google
It helped me not want to commit suicide
2019-05-12 16:24:25 via Google
Some of the staff is wonderful. Especially the nurse techs Alexis and Debbie, the nurses Jackie and David, and the dietitian Chris. They were all supportive, helpful, kind, and didn't make me feel like a burden. Unfortunately there were some staff members who were very unprofessional, rude, insensitive, and treated me like a burden. However, this place is like a vacation compared to the third floor at Clark Memorial. You're allowed to have snacks all day, you don't have to share a toilet or shower with every other patient, only your roommate. The groups are educational and helpful. I'm thankful they take my insurance because I've been to Clark for a week 4 times and always came out more suicidal and more triggered to relapse on drugs/alcohol. Although it's not perfect, it's a paradise compared to some places and you actually get to go outside sometimes if the weather is nice and they actually tried to accommodate for my vegetarianism and eating disorder. Meant the world to me because Clark couldn't care less if I starved or not despite being pregnant.
2018-03-01 04:35:54 via Yelp
My wife was a difficult patient, yet the staff showed a lot of patience and empathy. The follow up planning was helpful. This was my first experience with...