I was a client at this facility and agree 100% with the negative posts. They claim they have medically supervised Detox which isn't the case. The staff are all former clients who after going through the program were hired on as trainees. Amends is when they pull you out of the program to perform laborious chores, raking leaves, pulling weeds, cleaning the bathrooms, mopping floors, etc. When you don't work the program your completion of the program is then delayed. You progress in the program by doing coursework in "educational block" that's why it's not a 90 day program and they call it progress based. If you are educated then the coursework is easy and you'll finish the program quicker. Elevate has no housekeeping or janitorial staff - they require clients to clean their rooms everyday (wiping down your bathroom countertops, cleaning the mirror, vacuum everyday, make your bed everyday - making the bed every day isn't a big deal but they are nit picky and look for any tiny flaw to issue a CV - conduct violation. My roomate & I are very clean and orderly but were issued CV's because there was a couple of small tree leaves that had been tracked in & they said the room wasn't clean enough. The everyday chores are assigned & changed regularly. Your room is then inspected telling you if it's up to par. Then once a week is the building's deep clean. One gets CV's if they didn't do their daily chore "good enough". They have NO medical professionals 24/7, not even in their detox (which is a cabin and coed. Men share rooms with other males and women share a room with other females, however, the cabin is small and you share the bathrooms, kitchen and living space with both sexes. Any woman who has had past trauma - ie assault, abuse, etc from a man this is NOT the place for you! They have a hired doctor who is off site and they have one nurse who is there during the day and another contracted nurse practitioner. They have NO psychologists or psychiatrists. All staff, or "counselors" are clients who went through the program themselves and when they "graduated" the program, they were immediately hired on as trainees. When I was there, 4 people graduated the program then 2 days later returned as trainees! Elevate still operates as they did when named Narconon and just renamed some of the program terminology. I would NOT recommend this program to anyone.