I was in seafield inpatient program back in the spring 2016. I thought the inpatient program was wonderful, 90% of the counselors were fantastic, very knowledgeable, helpful and kind. They were very strict in their attendance policies, which I feel is needed in the early stages of sobriety. They provided me with a very good foundation for sobriety, which I intend to build on. The place was extremely clean with daily housekeeping services, also from a very kind staff. The TA\'s were great, with most of them having a background of their own in recovery. The food was good all of the time, especially because if you didn\'t like their choice (and there was always something to choose from) you could easily just choose from the salad bar.
One suggestion: the women should have a bigger lounge. 36 women in that teeny tiny lounge, with one television while going through withdrawal is a recipe for disaster. There are more men than women, but still, the men get the huge cafeteria, the men\'s lounge, the rec room all with televisions.