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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Michigan

Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center

The nurses were horrible I hope the hire better caring nurses. I love that children are welcome to stay with their mothers and that the counselors were experienced,

5 out of 5
Richmond, MI

A Forever Recovery

I have to give a shout out to all of the staff at the A Forever Recovery program. I was struggling with Heroin for a long time. I was in denial about getting help because I thought that I could control my addiction, but it turned out that I could not do it on my own. Everything about this place is top notch and the staff is very well trained. We have individual classes and there are so many classes to choose from and I like the fact that I was able to choose what direction I wanted to take. They all helped me to understand why I was using and how I got here. The detox is great and the fact that it was a medical detox was even better because they make sure you are as comfortable as possible. They have a work out room and that helped me get a lot of my strength and energy back. It was a really peaceful setting and I loved that fact that we could take walks and do things a a group as well as do things individually on our own as well. I can not say enough good things about this center and I think that if you are struggling or know anyone who is that this would be a good place for you to check out. I could not even remember what it felt like to be clean and sober before coming here and now that I graduated and am sober I owe it to them for being clean for the last 6 months.

- copper
5 out of 5
Battle Creek, MI

Gilmore Community Healing Center

a small facility with small group activities more one on one with your therapist. I found the counselors to be judgemental we're not recovering addict and felt that they blamed us for our situations. I have remained in recovery sticking closely with my personal plan of recovery. I have severe social anxiety making NA and AA meetings almost impossible. counselors should consider plans of recovery more suited to the individual. most importantly two weeks is certainly not enough time to be educated in the disease of addiction

- Patricia
4.7 out of 5
Kalamazoo, MI