I don't know why anybody would rate this facility as having anything other than one star for "meals and nutrition," because they don't provide meals or monitor nutrition. They go to Perkins once a week and you pick up your own tab. As for as amenities go, my father brought me here in my mid-twenties, and he remarked that it looked the exact same as when he had stayed there when it was a hotel in the 60s. The treatment is not effective. They don't use statistically proven methods of decreasing the likelihood of recidivism. They adhere to a strict schedule, forcing you to wake up extremely early and attend meetings where one or two people say the same things over and over again. Several residents nearly overdosed on heroin while I was there and I fell under suspicion because I asked what happened, which led to me being kicked out after I admitted to using benadryl because I couldn't sleep. It turned out that I had an auto immune disease which was diagnosed shortly after I was kicked out for "relapsing." I've been a highly successful and productive member of society since.
So three health care professionals missed the fact that I was suffering from an auto-immune disease and took a grand from my parents. I hope they've changed, but their lack of knowledge and inability to treat me as an individual rather than a soldier in their boot camp gives me little hope. Lastly, I grew up near the facility and worked with three gentlemen who were residents. They all relapsed to the point where they required hospitalization. You can wind up like them or do some research and become part of a new, better way of recovering from your disease. Or in my case, my multiple diseases.