Partners In Recovery
11361 N 99th Ave, Peoria, AZ 85345
Phone: (623) 583-0232
Fax: (623) 583-1830
Fax: (623) 583-0232
TollFree: (800) 564-5465
Partners In Recovery Llc
Nawab, Stefan S, Md - Partners In Recovery
Aking, Padma M, MD
Partners In Recovery: Sarris, John G MD
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Unprofessional,liars,and very sketchy people the place stinks I'm afraid to go in there for my med visit,they lost my private information in November of last year and I didn't find out until Jan if this year then I find out the night before my SSI hearing from my lawyer that they are assuming I'm using meth guess what I haven't used meth for 11 yrs and before you assume you better drug test me and get the truth I'm looking at possibly getting a lawyer for this I have an appointment Wednesday but I am cancelling it
When I first started going to this place they were called "Magglean". I went there because I had an SMI status and no health insurance. It worked to get my antidepressants. Five years later I had a major illness and became disabled. Since then I have Medicare and State AHCCS insurance. And the quality of my care has diminished. I never see the same Dr. I have been accused of being on drugs or being drunk. When in fact all that I am is Disabled. They don't bother to look at my chart to see this is why I twitch and can't walk straight and have slurred speech.
The worst thing is the benefits specialist went behind my back and changed my AHCCS account this so I had to reapply. And you all know what a hassle that can be!
http://www.gofundme.com/ptyvjo this place needs to be shut down personal gain is their main objective not helping others! I'm disgusted of the mental health care in our state because if you think about it if the system is not held at high standards the mentally ill are being neglected then in turn they are more likely to harm their selves and the general public please spread awarawareness concerning these issues we deserve to have our voices heard to hold the people in charge accountable for thier actions.http://www.gofundme.com/ptyvjo is helping to support my cause in my grandmother's case
I have to say that this was by far my worst experience ever. We were treated with nothing but impatience and hostility during our first appointment. We were then ignored on several attempts by Angelica our case manager and convinced to stay and not leave. We decided to try to get help here agin and we further mistreated and abused by the second therapist. She told me that I was not allowed to speak during the session, got upset when I attempted to explain what I thought she meant by the asking my wife what 0-10 rating for depression. I was interrupted and the therapist stormed out to go and get a large male to confront my wife behind closed doors who is being treated for PTSD due to sexual and physical abuse from men for over 16 years! I am in shock and awe about the way we were treated. I would never expect a professional or even normal adult to act the way that we were treated, let alone a behavioral health professional. It's not only wrong to treat patients with anxiety, memory loss, and PTSD the way my wife was treated but it's also downright scary!
I am appalled.
Why is this facility in such high demand? Hardworking, professional staff. Compassionate,Psychiatrist Dr. Sarris and others care for you. Wrap; Wellness, Recovery, action, plan classes offered; Recovery is possible! Crisis 24 hr. Hospital next door. Leading mental health programs made avail here includ 16thst & thomas and new 59th ave & bell road campus. Saving lives , teaching computer classes, housing homeless , providing food resources, and social, includ yoga/ tai chi / movies fun activities made avail . Who else can provide all this? Partners In Recovery is a Beacon of Light and a place for 2nd chances ! We are grateful for your mission
a few months ago one of the vacationing "doctors" was changing everyone's diagnosis after meeting with them one time for 5 minutes. He was "asked to leave" the first week.
6/25/10 - my Meds were increased... I had a SEIZURE the next week - (I have no history of seizures) I have called 6 times to get a new appt. Their excuse is "she is choosing not to take her meds, she has an appt in August." The pamphlet included with the medication states ""if you have a seizure while taking this medication; you should not take it again." My choice? Yeah.