I researched extensively prior to choosing and being admitted. Wow, what a 180 difference between what research revealed and what was a stark reality. It was managed very poorly with staff not showing up, actual fighting with residents, lousy food and their policies were straight out of the prison system. An exhaustive admitting process with a total stranger asking (rather, interrogating) you while constantly being interrupted by other staff walking in during some rather emotionally , anxiety charged questioning. Then off to the Nurses (2) who again interrogated, took a urine test, strip search (Again the door opens with other staff walking in asking for help) and briefing about where you're going and who will be escorting you. My escort showed up and took my stuff to a room where they search all of your belongings and take out if it's contraband. Nail clippers... nope. No phone, no computer. All your mail is opened and searched. Visitors once a week for family therapy sessions. Scheduled phone calls. Many times they denied after waiting for hours due to time was up. You received a cup with your name on it. The escort then brought me one of two pods and introduced me to another resident who then gave me a tour and introduced me to everyone. All were watching a 32" TV with only Firestick capabilities. Arguments and fights broke out over this and the whole pod would be punished by withdrawing TV privileges. Rooms a sparse. 2 twin beds, 2 bedside tables, 2 dressers and a desk with a chair. Size approx 10'x15'. No carpet. The facility used to be a nursing home that was rehabbed for this place. Small dining room with having to eat in shifts. The "smoking area" was access only through the dining room and was outside and small. Approx 6x20 chain liked fencing surrounded. Again lots of arguments and tension in these areas. Smoking times were enforced and only when the dining area was open. If they were short staffed, no smoking. Waiting in a line of chairs in the back hallway for your meds. One RN only with lots of turnover in just the 35 days i was there. Frequently out of meds so you went without or they took from another resident. Waiting time were hours long. If you left your seat you had to start over. Yes, lots of arguments and fights. We had inmates there with ankle bracelets, badly behaved residents that disrupted everything, bullies, crazy girls, etc. Therapy sessions all day long 6 days/week. Groups divided by colors. The atmosphere was prison like. This is a total lock-down facility and every resident had to have an escort if they went beyond the locked doors. Telephone calls were in the presence of your escort. No privacy...no exceptions......period. The staff took the residents on a daily walk around the facility with 2 in back and 2 in front. Not enough staff... no walk. It was a parking lot all the way around. No lush landscaping he the picture of the facility revealed. i felt like I was in kindergarten again. People would look at us all the time. We wondered what they were thinking. No, not a healing , supportive, comfortable atmosphere. It was the antithesis of that. All about the Money! My bill from the insurance company was $76,000.00! My portion was around $6k. Then I got bills for the meds that weren't covered. Spare yourself and your sobriety. Don't go here.