I just read Judy's review and I have to agree with what she said about the director. I too take lamotrigine for epilepsy. I came up positive for PCP. I've never even seen PCP!! But I provided a note from the pharmacy because she said the same thing. "It's not part of my job to make phone calls. She allowed me to stay. Benadryl can also cause a false PCP drug screen. The rest of the staff was great. I never had any problems getting along with staff. I did, however, have problems with other clients residing there. People were mean to me and made fun of me. They judged me and treated me horribly. I cried often while I was there. The same people who talked about me and judged me were the same people asking me for cigarettes everyday. I felt like I had to give them cigarettes or they would just keep being mean. Bullies!!! And not just one or two. There were many bullies and I wasn't the only victim. I came there to get away from my abusive fiance and to begin recovery for my drinking and drug problems. Only to find I had entered a facility full of abusive women! I really couldn't believe it. Here I was trying to improve myself and get straight and honest about the way I was living. Women should be a support for one another. A powerful force to be reckoned with is a strong group of women. They have each other's back. Not stab you in it. It really hurt. So while I felt like I was in a great recovery facility, I was having a hard time because of all the drama. It stressed me out and triggered my PTSD and I wound up relapsing. They had to put me out! I broke a rule! Luckily my mom was willing to take me in until I could get my own place. I have been really wanting to go back to the Y but I'm scared there will be drama so that's holding me back from getting help. I hope the staff can figure out a no bully policy without being called a snitch because you were being abused. A snitch on the street gets their ass kicked, I know! But the Y is not the street so people need to behave like decent people, act mature, mind their own recovery, be kind and do their best. That's how I hold myself. They were all low lifes with no intention to get and stay clean. They were just dodging jail time. It's really pretty sad.