I don\'t even know where to begin with how horrid this facility is. My first night I was very ill in detox and the experience wasn\'t unpleasant as far as I was concerned, minus the chaos of a few nurses quitting and leaving the rest to pick up slack, which I thought bizarre, they didn\'t mind sharing and cursing about it during my exam. I\'m agreeable, well educated and empathetic regarding under staffing but I had no idea what I was about to go through, and I have been to prior institutions for alcohol detox. When I woke up the second morning, someone was talking about the bed bug outbreak, it could\'ve been a rumor but I didn\'t have clean sheets when I arrived or a blanket at all... I had enough strength to smoke but couldn\'t walk far enough to eat so I skipped meals until I was hungry enough, I didn\'t realize that patient who offered would be bringing me food, this is not a good system. I lost ten pounds in 4 days. I began vomiting one night and a nurse never visited my room, another patient politely took it out to the garbage can for me and my roommate asked for nausea medication for me. I noticed people knocking on the nurse window and could hear nurses laughing and talking on the phone when they needed medication. We had strict med release times, no one ever told me I was accountable for anything other than standing in line. But this morning I was told that i was responsible for telling the nurse every medication I needed and at what time. That is medically irresponsible, they need to tell the patient, I have never seen this before in my life. I was scolded at 530 am about why I wasn\'t in class on my FOURTH morning in full blown detox. When I returned with high blood pressure and vomited after class, I was scolded by a tech for being lazy. Then when I got visibly upset, another tech outside that i asked about phone privileges was in denial that they were under staffed. As I entered back inside to inquire yet again about a phone call, they closed the station. They opened it once more when I tried to apologize in understanding that they were understaffed and one had been helpful, and they berated me on being too lazy to leave the brick hard bed I was provided and get my butt into gear. And then they went out together and smoked cigarettes and returned...I never saw a glove once at this place besides my very violating strip search. This entire place is terribly disturbing and unfortunately has deterred me from continuing treatment at another facility. I would rather be incarcerated and that\'s speaking from not only my experience, but every other patient I even spoke to once. Do not come here for a detox.