If substance dependence is tearing your family apart, Redwood has quite a few top drug abuse centers to help you or a relative. Whether addicted to Ativan, opiate drugs, pain medication or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get excellent help available. You can even find executive or luxury treatment in Redwood to make rehabilitation as easy as possible.
They help the patients and are seriously invented in their rehabilation. Can't think of any. They provide a wonderful service for the community.
I was receiving training as a treatment provider; the staff psychologists were outstanding trainers and service providers. Dedicated well trained staff. Inadequate funding from the federal government.
The setting is a home type setting which adolescents are more receptive to in treatment. There is a mixture of staff who are in recovery and those who have not personally dealt with addiction issues, so the perspectives of all staff make this a great place for adolescents. There is a lake, a weight room/gym, basketball, volleyball, equine roundpin (equine therapy in the near future to start), meals prepared by an executive chef which are decided upon by a registered dietitian, and the schedule is nicely put together. The boys have plenty of time for schoolwork, reading, leisure activities, and still maintain their program at Stonewater. It is a new facility so there are still changes being made to the employee schedule, policies, etc. but that is to be expected. Communication between staff needs to improve a great deal to help things flow easier from day to day. This is a great facility/program from what I know. The employees are truly dedicated to helping these boys get to a place in their life where the addiction is a memory rather than a struggle. The Nurses, Clinical Assistants, counselors/therapists, and everyone involved want the best for everyone who comes thru their doors. If we can positively affect the patient long term, then we have also positively affected the family and friends of that patient long term, and hopefully broken an unforgiving cycle of addiction