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Lumiere Treatment Center

250 Thelma Avenue, Jupiter, Florida, 33458
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  • 3.8
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  • 3.6
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Compassion, kindness, professionalism at it's best Case manager bleeds love, compassion, professionalism and kindness and you can clearly tell it's not just a job to her. This place Saved my life.
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Lumiere was a great detox with very caring staff, therapists and case managers. The cost was very reasonable and gave me a great start in my continued life of sobriety. I strongly recommend this facility for anybody in need of detox and wanting to change their life!
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I am appalled at the way I was treated at this facility. I have had 10 years of sobriety through AA etc.. I recently relapsed and I have a schizophrenic son that I can't leave at home for long periods of time and my fiance is on the road. I have a dual diagnosis with severe anxiety and panic attacks. I have been to a detox center before and the first thing they do is give you an anti anxiety medicine that coinsides with history. When asked if I could have something for anxiety they offered vistoral which is just an allergy medicine that I am actually allergic to. The nursing staff refused to give me anything more for my anxiety telling me there was no way I could have been feeling that because I wasn't going through withdrawels yet. Dual diagnosis you idiots! Most all alcholics or addicts have a dual diagnosis. This is the most uncaring ignorant medical staff I have EVER incountered. I was driven 2 hours away from home thinking and trusting that I would receive the level of care I was paying for. I stopped the admission and called my fiance to come and get me. I was sitting outside for 2 hours as the doors are locked in the rain waiting for my fiance. Several people came in and out and not one of them asked if they could help. I asked one individual for water and they never came out with it. I am a 56 year old women who was sitting on the ground in the rain for 2 hours. I am an alcoholic..but no matter what..I deserve respect. I was lied to and told they woukd detox me when I was drunk. The bottom line is Rehab/detox centers are a business and make their money off of insurance. I have since gotten off the alcohol through my MD and am back to AA and back to work !! You don't need a treatment center...go to your doctor and AA and work the steps..above all..never go to this treatment center as the medical staff have absolutely no idea what they are doing. If this is reviewed and not posted..I will be calling.
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Lumiere saved my life,period! It was not easy but it's not supposed to be. I learned a lot about myself and found the root of my problem. The med techs were great,Petwr the psychotherapist is a life saver. The nurses were kind and at times tough, which was needed for my recovery. I did the detox and residential and am a different person today for sticking it out even when it got difficult and frustrating. I finally learned patience and self control.
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I was in so much pain during my detox, but the staff and doctors made me comfortable. My meals were per paired of those from a five star restaurant. There was an abundance of food so you could eat little to as much as you wanted. The bed was comfy along with cable tv to relax and catch up on rest. I’m thankful to have been able to get better at this facility!!