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Bartlett Regional Hospital - Rainforest Recovery Center

2.9 N/A (3 Reviews) |
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3250 Hospital Drive
Juneau, Alaska 99801

Financial & Insurance Details

  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

Services

  • Hospital

Facility Highlights

Individualized Treatment Planning

Group Counseling

Family and Couples Counseling

Philosophy

The Rainforest Recovery Center (RRC) at Bartlett Regional Hospital provides adult men and women with comprehensive residential care for drug and alcohol addiction. The facility offers individualized treatment plans tailored to meet the needs of each client, and encourages all residents to take active roles in their recovery. Treatment is 12-Step based and relies on other proven methods, such as group therapy and one-on-one counseling, to help participants adopt effective and sustainable skills for maintaining a sober lifestyle.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Charles E. Bill
Chief Executive Officer

Charles E. Bill joined Bartlett as Chief Executive Officer, on May 12, 2014. Chuck Bill comes to Bartlett from the Centura Health Physician Group in Durango, Colorado, where he served as the Assistant Administrator of Physician Development. His previous twenty-plus years of health care experience includes stints as President /Chief Executive Officer of the Arizona Regional Medical Center in Mesa, Arizona; Chief Executive Officer of the John C. Fremont Healthcare District in Mariposa, California; Chief Executive Officer of Southwest Health System in Cortez, Colorado; Chief Executive Officer of Cobre Valley Community Hospital in Globe, Arizona; Chief Executive Officer of Vencor Tucson Specialty Hospital; Associate Executive Director of United Blood Systems in Scottsdale, Arizona; and three senior management positions with Samaritan Health Systems of Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. Bill holds Bachelor of Science degrees in both Zoology and Nursing from the University of Arizona, and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota.

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William C. Gardner, RN
Chief Nursing Officer

William (Billy) Gardner came to Bartlett Regional Hospital in 2009 as Director of Medical and Surgical Nursing Department and most recently accepted additional responsibility as Director of the Critical Care Department. Gardner holds a Bachelors in Nursing from the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston; Master's degree in Nursing, Health Care Management, and Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

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1.0
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This was the worst treatment center I have ever been to. There\'s drugs in and out of the place. You are allowed to have your money on you at all times. There\'s patients who sneak their phones in there and its absolutely rediculous. People use drugs on the premises and the place is literally a joke. They do not check any visitors that come in and they do a really crappy job on searching your belongings. It is far too easy to get contraband in there. If you\'re a opiate addict all you have to do is whine and cry and they will give you suboxone which does not help you get rid of your addiction it masks the problem. This place really needs to be shut down because more than 90% of the people that attend it relapse. Every person I was in there with that I came into contact with after leaving had relapsed and were worse off than they were before going there. The food is absolute garbage, I literally had to force myself to eat there and I didn\'t have much of an appetite to begin with. I would highly advise against attending this rehab, and strongly suggest you look into other options, as this one is a complete waste of time and money.
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3.0
Good
Only 1 in town. Had a outpatient program that was usefully. Not enough beds. Felt detached.
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1.0
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It was the only one in town. Everyone is still messed up. Many friends have come and gone. There isn't enough help in Juneau. When someone wants help they have to wait for months on end before a bed is available, the ones who can afford it will leave town.
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4.7
Excellent
I suffer from anxiety so it was a very difficult choice for me to go to treatment. They made it very easy and with very little stress. I can't thank them enough!
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