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Rochester Regional Health - Unity Chemical Dependency

1565 Long Pond Road, Rochester, New York, 14626
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  • 3.8
    Avg. score from 8 reviews
  • 4
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  • 3.8
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  • 3.7
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My loved one only stayed two days. Easily accessoble.
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the treatment didn't work because the person is still using the drug. Strengths:Location. Weakness:thoroughness
    I have been an RN for many years. I was interested in caring for people dependent on drugs/alcohol. That is why I took the classes to help work with them. I recently obtained a certificate to update the training. I would love to be working in one again.
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    Did not complete the outpatient program
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    Well trained experienced staff. Modern facility. Some counselors use program top push personal ideological and religious agendas. I find that practice predatory, immoral and counter productive. Program works. For our family, the matrix of on-going support, and on-going programs (AA) for the person with this problem was more important than the program itself, It is still a worthwhile program.