I was there in July of 2017 and it's just not quite what they make it out to be. The organic food comes in largely frozen and often from Costco. They prepare meals for many different houses there, so those that require a special diet often have to ask many times to get the food they can eat. They offer some "bells and whistles", but it is often difficult or chaotic to access these programs - they can't find a driver to take the group, there is no car available, or no gas in the car, etc. When clients mention, "hey, I think it's supposed to work a bit smoother than this" they are told to mention it to their therapist, who then tells them to mention in their exit interview. Basically, the underlying message is "you are a pathetic addict and we think you are demanding." For those who are keen on privacy... from the driver who loudly asks in a crowded public waiting room (you have to go to the lab for blood draws), "what's your drug of choice?" there just is no real privacy.The therapy is good, but you should know that whatever you share with your therapist and in group is accessible to the staff - even those staff that are not trained as therapists. Apparently, even staff who identify themselves as retired. Again, that message of "you are just a pathetic addict, why are you asking this" is conveyed. It's three thousand dollars a day - I think there must be a better way to spend this money to get the help with more privacy and without the shame.