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Mount Regis Center

3.5 Very Good (24 Reviews) |
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3.5
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125 Knotbreak Rd
Salem, Virginia 24153

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Facility Highlights

Yoga

Individual Therapy

Nutritional and Wellness Counseling

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Mount Regis Center – a 27-bed, fully accredited and licensed drug and alcohol treatment center located in historic Salem, Virginia – offers a structured inpatient recovery plan tailored to each individual client. Mount Regis’ team of caring and dedicated providers knows that recovery is both an individual and community undertaking. Many of the staff members at Mount Regis have at one time battled addiction themselves, and can easily empathize with clients who have chosen to travel the bumpy road to recovery. At Mount Regis, clients will discover a calming and inviting environment in which to realize their potential, and move towards a fulfilling life free from drugs and alcohol.

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

Curt Lane
Chief Executive Officer

Curt Lane has been with Mount Regis Center for more than seven years and was recently promoted to Chief Executive Officer, where he is primarily responsible for developing and maintaining the vision of the organization. Mr. Lane oversees business and clinical services, admissions, business office, finance, business development, customer service and human resources functions of the facility. He seeks business opportunities and strategic alliances with other organizations, plans, develops and establishes policies and objectives of the facility in accordance with corporate objectives, and directs and coordinates programs to provide funding for new or continuing operations in order to maximize return on investment and to increase productivity. Mr. Lane graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Bluefield State College in 1988 and a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Radford University in 1996.

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Jenna Ratcliff
Admissions and Business Office Director

Jenna Ratcliff has been serving as the admissions and business office director of Mount Regis Center since December 2011, where she is responsible for ensuring compliance with all admissions and billing/collection policies and procedures, managing all aspects of accounts receivable, preparing month-end reports, managing the intake process, helpline calls and referral management. Ms. Ratcliff graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Old Dominion University in 2008.

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4.7
Excellent
I was admitted to Mt. Regis on May 24,2019. My private insurance covered my stay at Mt. Regis until June first. At that time, I went on Medicare. I was contacted by the financial dept. on June first and was told that the facility did not participate with Medicare and that I would have to pay the remaining balance that day, an amount over $10,000, which I paid. That hit me like a freight train. The financial adviser stated to me clearly that Mt. Regis would provide the billing information to me once I completed the program in order that I could submit it to Medicare for reimbursement. Upon completion, I was provided the billing information and the paperwork to file with Medicare. I submitted all the paperwork as advised but Medicare denied my claim. I was notified by mail from Medicare that my claim had been denied so I called Medicare and was told again that Medicare would not reimburse me for my stay at Mt. Regis. If the Mt. Regis administrators knew that Medicare would not pay for my stay in the first place, then why didn't they tell me on June first? I believe I was misled because they were afraid I would leave early.
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I wish I had never went there. This is not a place for older, sick or handicapped persons. The beds were a board with a this mattress over it. Pillow too small. Had to do a lot of walking. I was not able. Took away my phone. Never could get to use one. There disasters when I got home because of that. They got my meds from home all wrong. The ones you bring in and don't take for a reason are thrown away. They make you stand up to take vitals every 2 hours down a long hall. You should be sitting with arm relaxed for BP taking. I was taken to the hospital for BP & Oxygen problems. I was dehydrated. They need to give you more to drink. I was forced to read it myself after release from hospital. I wish I had not. I did not know I was being readmitted. I had to threaten people to find out how to get discharged. They said I had to taper off Suboxone. Not true. I stopped cold turkey. I had no side effects. This is an awful place. It may be Okay for young adults but not older adults. The doctor was there only 45 minutes a day. I never got to see him till my last day. Did not know my way around or how anything worked. They did not give any written or verbal instructions of anything. I felt totally lost.
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THIS PLACE IS AWFUL! THEY LIE TO YOU JUST TO GET THE MONEY THEY WILL NOT GIVE YOU YOUR MEDICINE THAT YOU ARE ALREADY TAKING! WHEN DOCTOR ORDERS YOUR MEDICATION THE NURSING STAFF WILL WAIT ONE TO TWO DAYS TO EVEN GIVE IT TO YOU! NURSES IN MEDICATION ROOM ROLLS EYES WHEN YOU ASK FOR SOMETHING YOU ALREADY HAVE ORDERED THEN SAY THE DOCTOR DONT WANT YOU TO TAKE THAT AND OFFER SOMETHING THEY WANT TO GIVE! THEY WILL NOT TELL YOU WHATS IN THE CUP WHEN YOU NOTICED NEW PILLS THE NURSING STAFF SAY WELL DONT TAKE IT YOUR REFUSING THIS PLACE LIES TELLS YOUR FAMILY THEY CAN NOT FIND YOUR PAPER WORK HAD TO FILL OUT FOUR TIMES THEN WHEN YOU THREATEN TO CALL HIPPA THEY TRY TO KISS YOUR BUTT! THEY USE PAPER CHARTS AND WILL FAKE VITAL SIGNS AND ROUNDS!!!! DO NOT SEND YOYR FAMILY HERE
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This place was pure hell.
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This place might be OK for young people but not for sick or elderly geriatric patients. I did not get the type of care I needed. Had to constantly go down the hall to get vitals & meds & food or drink when I did not feel like it. The beds are just a board with a thin mattress over it. I wanted to leave. They lie to you and trick you. I had to threaten them to leave. They keep the truth from you as how to get discharged.
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My son was excited at the possibility to go to Mount Regis as the final rehab step to maintain sobriety. To make sure this was the right place I called there to clarify a few points on their web page. There is a list of "things to leave home." But a pillow wasn't included. I called and they told me he could bring his own since it would guarantee a good nights sleep and prepare him for the programs. When he arrived after midnight because the driver was 5 hours late, the nurses tried to take his pillow away. Very disturbing. They allowed him to have it for the night, but the next morning they took it away saying it was the pillow or he had to leave. We live in Virginia Beach and Regis is in Roanoke 5 hours away. They didn't offer to bring him back or give him a bus ticket. They dropped him off at a mall at 10 in the morning. We drove 10 hours to pick him up because they wouldn't keep him on the property. They didn't give him his morning meds either. Dangerous! Before you send your child to this place, call them for more answers! Hope they tell you the truth!There website says to bring coins for phone calls or a calling card. Not true either. They make up rules as they go along. I guess they think once you are there you will do what they say not what is good for the patient. Absolutely awful! Thye didn't help my son's sobriety. They put it in jeopardy.
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I am a previous patient and I highly recommend MRC.A very caring staff.I felt very safe and comfortable there. I am on my way to a healthy recovery thanks to learning the tools and knowledge I received.My family and I are very grateful for my sobriety. 🤗🙌
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Great place if you are there for the right reasons I am still clean today and wouldn't be without mrc it starts with you though you have to be ready the only problem i had when I was ready to leave it took 4 hours to discharge they need to work on that.
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Mount Regis... I deal with severe anxiety issues. Always have since I was a child. I checked myself into Mt Regis because my Dr. had prescribed me 1mg of xanax daily. I found out that if i missed one dose it could be deadly. Although this medication changed my life I was scared if I would accidentally run out early. The withdrawals are so dangerous. I thought I would go to my regis and try and get off this type of medication. Well... they cold Turkey take you off. Give you nothing for the anxiety and over anxiety that you have. Your brain isnt used to organically producing the GABA that naturally calms you down. The medication had taken that over. It takes time for it to start producing itself after getting off the medication. It was traumatic! I lasted a week. I couldn't sleep at all for the first 5 days. You literally go crazy with no REM sleep after 5 days. After 10 your brain starts to shut down and there were people there who hadn't slept in over 10 days. Drs didn't seem to care because they were not on the detox hall. The Dr would come and go even with people filling out slips to be checked on. They wouldn't be seen. There are 2 chairs in front of the room the Dr checks you. People have to sit in the floor and hope they can catch the Dr. Mt Regis was not for me. I needed to do this another way by tapering off. That's the correct way. Many times I asked how so you know when it's time to go to a hospital. I had almost passed out multiple times. The nurses said they had no idea what to tell me. I asked a counselor to use the phone. He asked why? I said I need to leave this isnt for me. Remember my anxiety along with no sleep. I was literally going crazy.. He laughed in my face. So I found my counselor even though I had never really spoken to her much before this. I said I need to used the phone this place isnt for me. Remember I checked myself in. No one else in the world knew exactly why. And there were my own reasons to keep them from my aging parents who I needed to come pick me up. Every form I filled out I said I do NOT want my family involved. She did let me use the phone but she said the only way I could is if it was on speakerphone and she would let them know what she thought about me leaving. And the panic attacks that started that first day and were never ending I thought I was gonna die. I used the phone. She made her statement to my father. Breaking HIPPA laws by doing so. She said I wasn't trying. I'm sorry I can't sleep, I have a panic attack that wont go away or lessen, I can't eat, you want me to go to a class! I can't concentrate on a word anyone says. She said I go to class the rest of that day and the next morning if I still wanted to leave I could call that afternoon. And she would discharge me properly. Well I did that and the next early afternoon I knocked on her door. She wasn't there another lady was there. She let me use the phone but tried to scare me by saying I could have a seizureif I left. The Dr had already cleared me. Anyways I called my father he was coming to get me 2 hrs away. I'm walking down the hall and I see my counselor told her. She says she does not have time to discharge me properly (because she was late coming in) she blamed me and said my insurance would not pay and I'm leaving against medical advice. I didn't care I was getting out of there! I went home and still couldn't calm myself down at all. I decided to go to the hospital 2 days later. I was severely dehydrated, they sedated me because I couldn't sleep or calm down. I told them of my experience and he said I may have agoraphobia as well. He had no problem giving me anti anxiety medication. It was different from xanax but worked. And I tapered off that. I'm still very anxious because of the trauma taking me anti anxiety medication cold Turkey messed me up. I am still very shaken by the experience and say to anyone GO somewhere else. A place were the counselor's arent bullies and the Drs know how to really treat people getting off anti anxiety medications. Not cold Turkey! Taper slowly at your own pace and it might take months. But while your tapering your brain is starting to produce it's own GABA where you can calm down on your own. It's a process and it doesn't have to be traumatic. You could work with your own Dr to switch you to a different anti anxiety and taper off that in about 3 to 4 weeks. It's not okay what Mount Regis did to me. And I don't know many people who have addiction or dependence issues I do post my story to keep them from hurting anyone else. By the way the counselor who broke HIPPA totally rocked my family and worried my elderly parents as I did not want to do as they have their own medical problems. Her name was Linda and i am thinking now about talking to my lawyer about this matter because it cannot happen to anyone else! That is my experience and it was the worst decision of my life! Mount Regis go ahead and remove my comment your not going to post it. However its posted on alot of other sites. I wont stay silent!
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Our son, who was dual diagnosis, was touch and go from the start. There was no Psychiatrist on-site or even available at night for emergency calls and our son was taken to the hospital ER when he had an anxiety attack the second day he was there that couldn't be worked through the anti-psychotic cocktail he had been given. He kept having anxiety attacks until fortunately, he was taken to the "bigger" ER where it was discovered that the meds he had been prescribed were, in fact, making him worse. This was clear to me after they continued raising the dose instead of trying something else that actually worked. Inexcusable in a dual diagnosis facility, his anxiety was blamed on his commitment to sobriety and willingness to work a program. So not only was he suffering but he was made to feel guilty for it. After a week passed without needing help for panic attacks (at about 19 days) he was hurriedly discharged at night, without being given a reason (according to my son, which we could not corroborate as they couldn’t talk to us after he was discharged, and his records were purged) or chance to redeem himself. HIS LIFE WAS PUT IN PERIL as the center kicked him out at night – with a two-plus mile walk to civilization and nowhere to go. He told us that he walked to a store, bought alcohol, walked back to the center crying, and begged them to readmit him. My 22-year-old son, never in trouble with the cops, was arrested for public drunkenness and spent the night in jail. I don't know what will show up on his record, but he tells me there will be a court fee coming up. We are a 3-4-hour drive from MT. Regis and were not called. We were not able to find our why he couldn’t have been held after discharge for us to pick him up if in fact, discharging him so hurriedly was warranted. I am horrified, that an anxious kid’s request to go to the ER for a panic attack received this sort of treatment that put his life at risk and future prospects at stake. If there was a story more in their favor, why hadn’t we been notified? Purging all record of his stay could not have been an accident. I have read of at least one other similar incident with a teenage girl deposited into the dark of night. I do not recommend that anyone send their child there. Please be warned.
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Our son, who was dual diagnosis, was touch and go from the start. There was no Psychiatrist on-site or even available at night for emergency calls and our son was taken to the hospital ER when he had an anxiety attack the second day he was there that couldn't be worked through the anti-psychotic cocktail he had been given. He kept having anxiety attacks until fortunately, he was taken to the "bigger" ER where it was discovered that the meds he had been prescribed were, in fact, making him worse. This was clear to me after they continued raising the dose instead of trying something else that actually worked. Inexcusable in a dual diagnosis facility, his anxiety was blamed on his commitment to sobriety and willingness to work a program. So not only was he suffering but he was made to feel guilty for it. After a week passed without needing help for panic attacks (at about 19 days) he was hurriedly discharged at night, without being given a reason (according to my son, which we could not corroborate as they couldn’t talk to us after he was discharged, and his records were purged) or chance to redeem himself. HIS LIFE WAS PUT IN PERIL as the center kicked him out at night – with a two-plus mile walk to civilization and nowhere to go. He told us that he walked to a store, bought alcohol, walked back to the center crying, and begged them to readmit him. My 22-year-old son, never in trouble with the cops, was arrested for public drunkenness and spent the night in jail. I don't know what will show up on his record, but he tells me there will be a court fee coming up. We are a 3-4-hour drive from MT. Regis and were not called. We were not able to find our why he couldn’t have been held after discharge for us to pick him up if in fact, discharging him so hurriedly was warranted. I am horrified, that an anxious kid’s request to go to the ER for a panic attack received this sort of treatment that put his life at risk and future prospects at stake. If there was a story more in their favor, why hadn’t we been notified? Purging all record of his stay could not have been an accident. I have read of at least one other similar incident with a teenage girl deposited into the dark of night. I do not recommend that anyone send their child there. Please be warned.
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Currently understaffed! 25-27 beds? No..Over 30. Takes 2 days for staff to act upon doctors requests, no response to three emails to three individuals (two days ago), no weekend receptionist ...Loved one there for six days has yet to have one on one with counselor!!?? They are exceptional at instilling, however, "you" are an adult?!
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In my experience Mt. Regis was the worse place to stop taking anti anxiety meds. I was taking 1mg of Alprazolam daily. They cut me off cold turkey and monitored my vitals to make sure I wouldn't have a seizure I guess. However, my anxiety levels were off the charts. I had a continuous panic attack the whole 8 days I was there. They gave me a low dose of Seroquel to alleviate some of the anxiety. It didn't touch it at all. My anxiety was so bad I didn't get any sleep for the first 4 nights. The beds are also hard as a rock and actually painful to lay in. Finally I got 50 mg of Seroquel to try and help me sleep. The first night of taking it, it didn't work. So they added a visceral along with it. And for the next three nights I finally got a few hours of sleep. I couldn't eat barely anything I lost weight. After 7 days of detox the doctor said that I was good to go and I could leave the facility with the rest of the group. Going to meetings or the gym. But my anxiety never let up and I just pretty much stayed curled up in a ball. I did not want to leave the facility to go on any outing because I was literally losing my mind. I told the doctor this and he stated that my blood looked perfect, my vitals were perfect and I was good to go. As far as constant panic attacks and anxiety like never before they did not address it at all. Just about all of the other patients told me that when you're out of detox they do not address the issues that you were still having. You can request to see a doctor but that's not a guarantee that you will see him. It could take days. I met a girl who was there who had not had any sleep in 15 days and it was not taken seriously. It took her days to see the doctor and that's only after she waited in the hallway and caught him. The classes that we were to attend I couldn't focus, listen, pay attention at all. I did not relate to the things being taught. My anxiety was getting worse and I knew that mount Regis was not the place for me. So on my 7th day I asked to use the phone to call for a ride to come pick me up. The first counselor I asked laughed. And said "oh no". I found my counselor and asked her the same thing. She allowed me to use the phone although she insisted to have it on speaker phone. I asked her to not interrupt. She said if they asked what she thought she was going to tell them. And I knew what she was going to say. What they basically tell everyone they should complete the whole program. Well my family knew that I was on speaker phone and asked what she thought. She suggested that I stay one more day and go to all classes. If I still felt like it wasn't for me to call the next afternoon for my rights come get me. Having so much anxiety and feeling like I was being trapped was the worst feeling ever. I was the one that walked in and sign myself in. I had no one worried about me. I thought that it would be a safer and quicker way to get off the medication. They also tell you that you can leave whenever you want if you feel like Mount Regis is not the place for you. I've been there for 7 days and I knew it was not the place for me. Also every form that I filled out I said I do not want my family involved and she broke request by being on speakerphone involving my family. I went to all the classes the rest of the day and the next morning. I decided that I still wanted to leave. My counselor was not there at the time I asked to use the phone right before lunch. But I called my ride and asked them to come get me. My ride was going to be there around 1:00. Finally my counselor gets there at 12:30 and I tell her my ride would be there at 1:00. Despite what she said the day before that she would discharge me correctly if I I did as she requested. She threw her hands up and said I don't have time for this. I reminded her that the day before of what she said. And she just said she did not have time to discharge me correctly that she would discharge me against medical advice. Despite the fact that I made her promise me the day before that she would do what she said and discharge me correctly if I decided to leave. So she discharged me against medical advice and my insurance would not cover any of the bills because of this. I left the center and ended up going to the hospital two days later. They agreed it was a horrible idea to not slowly taper off my anxiety medication. Because mentally it will drive you crazy. And you will not be able to calm yourself down. And at Mount Regis they don't help you with that at all. And at the end of of the day I was lied to by the counselor.
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Beware of this place! My loved one was kicked out & parent not notified for 2 hours later. The young girl walked on a highway & waited 4 hours for parent to drive there! They did not notify the parent until 2 hours after daughter kicked out. They would not allow the daughter to stay on the property because they didnt want the other patients to know she was kicked out! Anything could have happened to the young girl. She had no phone & no money! Absolutely unacceptable!
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5.0
Excellent
The entire, incredible staff at Mt. Regis are exceptional...My life was saved and peace and serenity are a way of life for me now...I found my way spiritually and emotionally with a clarity that I never thought I would ever know. The best place to feel safe and in harmony with my Higher Power...I cannot say enough wonderful things about this place...God BLESS you all at Mt. Regis!!!
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my stay wasn\'t bad i cut it short due to selling drugs trading drugs a guy getting arrested .now they will tell you everything you want to hear but it changes once your a patient i had no trouble but what i witness staff lying i brought it up in house meetings nothing happen . financial lady im not sure if she still there was try to charge ones who payed in full more she got called out . right now there in a new build and as the staff told me they only see money right now . most the staff is great the jail nurse will treat you like crap she forgets she say stuff to you then calls you a liar . the hot water and water pressure is less to none .im still clean yes but this place needs a dose of honesty and the older staff needs to learn kindness. its better then the gallax
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5.0
Excellent
I successfully completed the 28 day program. Never gone to rehab, I didn\'t know what to expect. Full day helpful sessions, good food, personal counselors, caring medical staff, and weekend activities helped me focus on the present instead of missing home. But here again, I WANTED help...I was never ORDERED to attend. If you are on the fence about treatment, THIS FACILITY IS THE ONE to enter.
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Amazing care...I walked in scared to death only to find how nice and welcoming everyone was! I was only there for detox but the care was exceptional and around the clock. Recommend this to anyone and everyone. Strict but only to a certain extent..mainly to prevent any infiltration of substances possibly brought in by patients. Most of the employees were addicts at one time and gave honest advice based on experience! I wish I could have afforded to stay for the whole 28 days but just the 5 days of detox I was there gave me an understanding of how important it is to get help if you need it. Would like to thank each and everyone there that I had an encounter with for being a smiling face and uplifting me to better myself. Great food, smoking if needed, and top of the line care! I felt as if I was a guest in there home. The groups and reading material can guide anyone that really wants to get clean and stay clean gives you a sense of hope and how to analyze certain situations and disorders and how to manage them. A++ . Stay clean and get the help you need at mount Regis recovery and health!
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This place is so wonderful. My husband was there 4 yrs ago and unfortunately now my daughter is there. This is the place to go for \"help\"! They have food available 24/7. They allow patients to call home 4 days a week. They have the nicest staff. I could go on & on about how great this place is! They do activities w/the patients & take them to a gym. They go off campus to meetings. Again, i highly recommend Mount Regis. You won\'t be disappointed in their facilty or services. The only thing that i would change is to have their family visitation on the weekend b/c most people work during the week but its a small sacrifice to make to know my loved one is getting the helo they so deperately need.
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4.0
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Meals were great, Staff was wonderful. I only attended IOP and it was not as beneficial to me as AA meetings were. I went in one day and my insurance would not allow me to stay, I came back the next day and they allowed me to stay for 24 hours. The staff was very nice, the food was wonderful, the facilities were for the most part nice, I think for an overall experience it is a great place to start this journey.
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Easy to be accepted as a patient. False advertising, unable to care for person with medical problems such as type 1 diabetes. Admission was coordinated by hospital, we were told they could care for person with type 1 diabetes, which they could not, sent daughter to ER 3 times eventually admitted to ICU with DKA , then they would not have ake her back stating she was " too sick " to be there
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4.5
Excellent
good family involvement, needs to improve exercise program
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4.0
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Friendliness and helpfulness, food choices and caffeine policy were no not the best. I would happily recommend this facility as they helped on my journey to sobriety immeasurably.
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4.3
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Location and staff was good but security can be improved. I know that the programs here worked by the success stories we had
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1.0
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I had a friend of 25 years attend this facility. He truly did not want to change when he went and he was kicked out of the program for breaking their rules. Now he is serving a 10 year prison sentence for drug related charges. Lesson to be learned: Play by the rules, change your own life. It is in a good location for people in need. However, it is too expensive.
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We hate to hear that someone ended up in prison, but ultimately people must endure the consequences of their actions. Mount Regis Center is a small, very personal clinic where incidents such as the one described are carefully considered on a case-by-case basis, and administrative discharge only comes after all efforts to prevent it are exhausted. If an individual is unwilling to put his or her best interest and the best interest of the other patients as a top priority, we must take appropriate action to protect the environment of care and each person’s opportunity learn as much as possible during their stay. This commitment to the health and safety of our patients results in a program which provides tremendous value to those we serve. We are proud of the fact that the quality of Mount Regis Center is equal to that of programs which are significantly more expensive.
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4.0
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Mount Regis was there to help me through my addiction to alcohol. I needed a place to get over my addiction and start over. I learned that alcohol wasn't my friend it was my enemy. The counselors were very nice and seemed to understand what i was going through. They had a good, solid 12 step program. However, there was not enough interaction with family and there was not family counseling offered, that my daughter and I could have benefited from.
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4.3
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Realize it was a long time ago. They treated me with courtesy and respect. Did alot of testing. Took me to Doc. Had very good counseling sessions.
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4.0
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At first there was improvement but then my spouse relapsed due to an inability to deal with work related stress. I think he needed longer term treatment, but the insurance refused to pay for him to stay any longer. And he got to where he did not want to continue to see the out patient counselor, and quit going to AA meetings. At the time it seemed like a really good facility. It has been many years so I am not sure how it is now.
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3.3
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Recommend this place for loved ones.
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The person entering treatment must want to get better; if not, the facility cannot do it for them. You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink.
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5.0
Excellent
Great staff. my after care consisted of weekly meetings, for an indefinite period of time
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5.0
Excellent
The facility has an entirely new staff since I attended, but the overall experience seems to be the same as with those I have spoken to. External meetings every day, small group (census max of 25), nurses on staff 24/7.
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4.7
Excellent
I received exactly what I needed to remain sober,and was introduced to a 12 step program. Its not a Spa, its a recovery house and a damn good one. All its employ are in recovery and really understand what an addict is going through.
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2.3
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It was close by and seemed to fit what I needed.
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4.0
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My time at Mt. Regis was incredibly helpful. Unfortunately, it wasn't nearly as helpful for many people who went there. I believe this is because many of the clients who were there when I was were required to come because of legal consequences or occupational consequences. Overall, I enjoyed my time there and learned a lot. Families were invited to attend at least one visit with me and my counselor.
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