Kendra Alisa Guyton-Sheppard's experience here was poor and disappointing. One would expect quality at least, but no.So deceiving, really.
20011 Ventura BlvdWoodland Hills, CA 91364
From Business: Comfort Recovery is a co-ed sober living facility and an intensive outpatient program. Our IOP is centered around treating the underlying causes of addiction and …
5821 West BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90043
From Business: Our History of Help Is On The Way Transitional living Facility HELP IS ON THE WAY” originally opened its doors in October 1997 to provide shelter for the homeless…
Very pleased with how nice the staff members were. They made me feel comfortable during my appointment.
I'm approaching eight years off oxy, definitely no thanks to Liberty House. Their strategy is based on the brainwashing of the family (so as to keep the "client" longer) as well as the "client" getting brainwashed. The behavioral modification strategy they employ caused severe psychological damage to myself and others and is little more than psychological torture. I spend six weeks in that house of horror and I'm still receiving treatment for what I went through at that place and still deal with post-traumatic symptoms from my time there. I hope this facility no longer exists. It's hard to find addiction treatment so aggressive it is definitely abusive and can cause long lasting psychological damage. I guess the idea is to break down the person to the point that when told to jump they ask "How high?"
Awful there are place's to go for FREE. Salvation Army Teen Challenge. Owner is belligerent staff is unprofessional. Make no mistake it's all about the money.
Stay clear of the North Hollywood location. A good friend of mine was ordered to complete a 90 day first offender program and was turned away and the corresponding paperwork confiscated rendering them unable to comply with the court order and leaving them in violation and facing jail time. My friend also suffers from a disability which played a part in the treatment unfortunately. Theres never ever appropriate circumstances where mistreatment of those with disabiities is appropriate. The employees there had no right to play judge and mess with their life and freedom and civil rights the way they did. Shame shame shame on the both of you for doing that to my friend who was already having a difficult time in life due to their disability and who definitely didnt deserve to be treated that way.
This sounds cliche, but this place will seriously change your life. i have so much LOVE for HR and all the people involved whether it be the staff or the ladies at the desk or anyone there. it's such a warm place and really refreshing to the people who need to be treated. i had an amazing experience here and i met so many lifechanging people. everyone, check this place out if you're in need.. i swear they will take you in and push you to be your best. it'll change your life, honestly.
Rachel (my niece) completed her treatment at HR about a month ago and I've seen an insane amount of improvement, I had to come and write a review because I am just so over the moon. life has been better thanks to all of you at Hip Rehabs and I cannot tell you how thankful I am
Treated me as if i was one of their own. So thankful i was placed under such good care.... not sure if i'd be as well as i am without them. Welcomed me with open arms even though i felt hopeless. Thank you guys.. youll never understand how much i appreciate all of you
put so much trust in these guys to help my best friend who's basically like my sister. It had just gotten to that point and I didn't know what to do. Someone in my family actually recommended Hip Rehabs to me so I went to check them out and I felt comfortable there myself, so I decided to go with them. I'm so thankful I did because after 5 months, my best friend is finally back to her normal self. She still struggles a little with her previous addiction but she's got a way better attitude overall. I'm seriously soo pleased with the service here, it's truly incredible what they did for her
It's never easy admitting you need help and checking yourself into a rehabilitation facility. Never. I've always been terrified to confront my problems and actually deal with them but when I finally did, I came here and they helped me an insane amount. Seriously you guys.. check them out if you're like me and can't admit you need help. I SWEAR they'll take you under their wing and fix you