My 27 year old son left this facility after only two weeks. We had our doubts from the beginning as it sounded more like a sober living situation than a treatment center. After a 2 day evaluation and detox (if necessary) the clients move to houses where they live with several others in treatment . The houses are "supervised" by a staff member. During the day, the clients attend group and perhaps individual therapy at the treatment center to which they are transported in the morning, but there seems to be a lot of down time afterwards. My son reported that several of his housemates were kicked out of the program for taking drugs (heroin, opioids , meth) at the house. This is according to my son, of course- so I take it with a grain of salt. When we researched facilities, we were specifically looking for a program that treated dual-diagnoses. The contact person at Ocean Hills claimed that they offered such treatment and would help him with a recent traumatic event. But the emphasis seemed clearly to be a cookie cutter drug rehab approach. When our son had not seen his counselor in a few days and the brief phone contact we had with that person did not leave us confident in his clinical skills, we called the clinical director to request a change of therapist and reiterate that he needed some grief & trauma work- which is what the intake person promised they could provide in the first place. In hindsight, this was not a great choice of program for our son. He really needed tighter supervision and more professional treatment.