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Caron Treatment Centers Pennsylvania

243 North Galen Hall Road, Wernersville, Pennsylvania, 19565
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  • 4.0
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Jesse F
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I was a hopeless meth and opiate user. Magic mountain saved my life and I enjoy life now. There’s life after drugs and alcohol and it’s a better one.
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This will be a long but honest post. This place was a total waste of money. And let me just say, I’ve been to 5 treatment centers ranging from a place like this to ones where people are literally coming off the streets. First of all, I learned the exact same things in every place. Fancier place, same info is all. I ended up leaving early bc I was fed up with my counselor who was a total joke. You would think with the amount of money they take, they would hire the best of the best, but maybe they spend it all on the facilities and food. No surprise, I relapsed just as I did after any rehab and I called with my head down in shame begging to come back. They told me my only option was to do like 2 weeks of treatment and I must go to a halfway house, no negotiations (I wanted to go in for at least another month). The halfway house they wanted me to go to was 10k a month btw. They also had a tone as if to say “I told you so” since I left early. I was shocked by how they handled someone begging and saying I’m sorry, you were right and I need help. There was another rehab I left early and went back to (yeah, I was one of those addicts lol) and this place welcomed me back with open arms. In fact, they had a whole policy that regardless of if you leave AMA (against medical advice) or not, they will not turn away someone who might need help again in the future. Why even work in treating addicts if there’s no real empathy? I didn’t take their offer. Instead, I completely relocated to a new state with the determination to change my life and several years after my experience at Caron, I’m sober and doing great, no thanks to them. They actually are the reason why I chose to not go back into treatment again and lose faith in the people who are working in positions to help and try this leap of faith in moving. Your mindset is the number one most important thing in getting sober. Then, I truly believe that’s when rehab or however you choose to get sober will work. Also, the type of people I was with at Caron were terrible. Basically women whose rich husbands forced them to go to rehab bc they drank too much wine. We went to an AA meeting with a different group once and a girl from that group told a dark and harrowing story about her drug addiction-a reality so many of us addicts know. Afterwards, one woman in my group actually spoke in disgust about how she couldn’t believe some of the things this girl has done and how she didn’t want to hear stories like that. Ummm, does this woman not realize she’s in the EXACT SAME rehab? She might think she’s better but somehow ended up in the same place lol. A lot of other women agreed. I recommend this rehab if you want to be pretentious and snobby and act like you’re better than those “other addicts” whose lives actually went to crap from addiction and want genuine help.
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went here twice, left in tears both times and it wasn\'t because I \"wasn\'t ready.\" this place is pretentious, punitive, lacks diversity, has cookie cutter treatment regimens, and I\'ve seen much prettier treatment centers in more desirable places. I don\'t know if they take insurance these days, but they didn\'t when I went. $80k wasted and I the supervisor and counselor I dealt with was a Master manipulator. This place sent me right back to drinking. I am sober today thanks to a place that may not have the \"reputation\" but they cared about patients not just walking around puffing up their egos. ill never step foot near that campus again and I would suggest you go just about anywhere else.
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I read the other reviews and I was surprised to read such negativity. It\'s a rehab, not a spa or resort. When I was at caron I was treated very well. I got what I as a patient put in. I needed to figure out where I went wrong after ten years of sobriety and my counselors and group reminded me that life\'s not always perfect and to dust myself off and keep pushing forward. Meals were healthy and lots of variety. There were plenty of snacks provided on the floor. Groups started at 7am and ended early evening. It wasn\'t just aa/na meetings. I attended many groups based on trauma and grief therapy. Started EMDR with a certified emdr therapist. The clinical staff were amazing and really listened when I didn\'t feel well. Some of the CA\'s weren\'t the best, but the good outweighed the bad for sure. I only wish we could have got more than 15 minutes for video chat on visitation days. Thank you caron, you gave me my spark back!
Rick Costello
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Beware. They are not upfront/honest with the care they provide. We were CRYSTAL CLEAR that our child had mental health issues (anxiety and depression) that needed treatment/therapy. Asked if they would focus on this and not just addiction. They assured me they would. Not the case. My child sat in NA/AA meetings all day. They also did not disclose that there is a 5 day blackout period where you will not be able to speak or get a letter to your loved one. This is barbaric! Also, the children wash their clothes with body soap. Not good in normal times, especially during covid. Spoke to my kid a total of 2 times in 17 days and with a therapist listening- 10 minute max. Counselors not responsive to emails/phone calls. Removed her half way through. Brutal experience. Waste of time and money.