I have to say that I was sent to the Sunlight Baptist Church and was greeted by Pastor Andre D. Hayes himself just outside and I just began to talk to him. I had a heavy burden about my son and he helped me and I went in and had service and fellowship with everyone. They were all welcoming to me. Timothy Amos Dusharm
I am a pregnant mother recovering from addiction. I was referred to this place by my doctor to receive a referral for treatment. They accept walk-ins but also handle appointments. I was the only person in the office that I spoke to with an appointment. After being treated coldly by their intake staff I took my seat and waited. An hour later my name was called to see their nurse. Who didn't even know the type of addiction I was there for, she rushed me through as quickly as possible failing to properly review my case. I was returned to the waiting room and left sit for three more hours waiting on the other steps of the process. Over that course of time I watched a full room turn empty. Twice I asked the receptionist what the hold up was reminding her I hand an appointment. At the end of this three hours its down to me and one other girl. I walked up to the receptionist and asked again what is going on, at that moment a therapist walks in and calls the other girls name. The receptionist says ohhh there ya go. To which I answer that is not my name. She closes her window and comes out and says ohh im sorry you have been overlooked you will have to come back another day. I asked how I was overlooked when I saw the nurse? She had no answer. I left in tears. They rescheduled me to be seen monday which I could not make. When I called to change the appointment they would not do so saying that I had missed one and that I would have to be a walk in. I didn't miss the appointment I was there for 4 hours! They hid their screw up.I live over an hour away I refuse to drive that far and hope to be seen. The woman I spoke with was unbelievably rude to me. My doctor was horrified at the treatment I received and bypassed this miserable waste of a treatment center and found me the help I needed. This office is very unprofessional, and their treatment of patients is horrifying. I would never recommend anyone go here. Road blocks like these prevent addicts from receiving the help they so desperately need. This place is a Joke. Avoid at all costs! There are caring doctors and therapist out there, they are not at Samaritan crisis care!
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DO NOT MOVE HERE! Living here was the worst decision I could have made for my year in Kettering for graduate school. When I did my initial walk through a few weeks prior to moving in, there were a few leaks in the ceiling that I was assured would be fixed before my move in date. They were not. Long story short, despite NUMEROUS phone calls, in person visits, and maintenance requests, the leak was never properly fixed and 15 months later when I moved out, I still had buckets and towels in the walk in closet (which I was never able to use during my time there). In addition, I paid for covered parking in the winter. This did NOT prevent other cars from parking in my spot, which happened on a daily basis. I was told by the office staff that just because I had leased a parking spot, it was not their policy to monitor the parking lots and it was my responsibility to call the police and have cars towed from my parking spot if I so desired. Finally, while living there I had the opportunity to watch numerous arrests from my window. Do not move here...I can assure you that you will regret it. There are many other complexes in Kettering that are just as reasonably priced that have competent employees, take pride in their property, and care about their tennants. Check out one of those complexes...I certainly should have!