Absolutely best methadone clinic I've ever been to. It's a 30 minute drive from my home and it's not in the best part of town, but it's well worth it. I tried a clinic in McKinney and Plano which were much closer to me but they were so unwelcoming, had a 3 week waiting list, was very judgemental and just made u feel bad for being an addict, as well as made u wait for at least 30 minutes in a waiting room with other addicts who arent very serious about getting help. At LSC, u are greeted with open arms, they're so kind and helpful and they uunderstand addiction is a disease and treat u as such, instead of as a criminal. Everyone is always very nice and open and willing to talk if u ever need. If ever there's a line, which is very rare, the wait is always very short, 5-10 min TOPS. They're so understanding that u have jobs and responsibilities and have to take time out of every day to drive out there to dose so they always help to get u in and out the door as quick as possible to get uon ur way. My counselor Jim is great, the nurse is great, the doctor is great, the owner, Keisha, is so wonderful. She's always there and is so involved in all of her patient's progress and treatment. The first day I walked in I was in so much pain, physically and emotionally, and ready to do anything to stop feeling the way I was, I opened the door and immediately started sobbing uncontrollably and she hugged me, grabbed me some tissues, and assured me I was in the right place, and she and everyone there was gonna do everything in their power to help and support me in my recovery. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful program, so worth the drive. So happy I found them. Privately owned clinics are so much better than corporate/govt. funded clinics that treat u like a number. They truly make a difference in helping u to recover.
After Yellowstone helped someone else I knew, I helped a friend go here who was addicted to Heroin. He didn't want to go to rehab, so I wasn't real…
This place is the best among the best. Our Mom arrived here not at the best place physically and emotionally. She had been moved from the hospital to another location then back to the hospital. This shuffling back and forth lasted about two months. When she finally arrived here, she was not in the best place. The staff worked with her to gain and build her confidence levels, mapped out a plan to get her back upon her feet, and into her life, communicated the plan and gave her expectations of what she was to do. She didn't or want to do all that at first but the staff was persistent and encouraging. Within the prescribed period of time, with Jesus' help, Mom was on her feet steady, smiling, feeling good, working diligently with OT, PT, ST and staff and doctors. Daily, there were improvements..I kid you not. We are so grateful for Baylor Institute for Rehab @NW Dallas, DrsN and V as well as other doctors for caring for Mom and doing what they do daily. From the time we entered, there was a person welcoming with a smile and appropriate greetings A huge shout out go to OT, PT, RT and ST...you folks are angels sent from heaven. Special thanks to LaD, D, C, K, C, S, S, B, A, S, C, J, A and Ev and kitchen crew.You ladies and gentlemen ROCK in our book. Sincerely .. you all did a banner job. Thanks from Mom and Fam....G
When one is in turmoil or distress, they tend to come up with any fracture of a problem to justify their negative state of mind. One tends to question why would you leave your loved one in a facility past a moment of your discomfort if you felt t the facility did not adhere to his or her needs. I have had nothing but positive results with the staff and the well kept facility. I have only experienced patience along with kindness that I rate as Five Star Treatment in the time of my fathers housing. Once again I can not understand why would an individual try to tear down well built structure when their structure is in jeopardy. Let us all help build, and then you will find you the peace that you so desire. God Bless.