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Outback Serenity Center

255 Towns Bluff Road, Hazlehurst, Georgia, 31539
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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 3.8
    Avg. score from 6 reviews
  • 4.3
    Accommodations & Amenities
  • 3.7
    Treatment Effectiveness
  • 3.5
    Meals & Nutrition
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Steve
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Its a nice facility with a staff that cares about long term sobriety. Faith is strongly encouraged in the steps to recovery. Spiritual awakenings is vital to long term recovery. The atmosphere and environment is beneficial. More staff is needed at times.
Jerry
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There is potential for this program to serve a very under served area of the state. Options and bias are factored into the treatment here and the success rate is no different than those that attend daily NA meetings. Anger management should be a program that is also stressed at the facility for both the staff and attendees.
anonymous
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The Christian based center was my main factor I went here.
RH
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I work at the Outback and was a former resident. I have been Clean and sober three years and I also give back to the ministry by running the office, bills and taxes quick books.
una
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This rehab is alright. They had bed bugs at one time and they tried to push the issue under the rug....The manager is also a pastor so you will go to his church,you also listen to him while he is at the center. He really likes to hear himself talk. A lot of people there just put on long enough to get through with the treatment. Nothing is wrong with getting to know Jesus Christ, I am proud to say I am a child of Jesus Christ, but it should not be slammed down your throat.Sometime the staff act like it is a bother for you to want to talk to them,some are to busy worrying...instead of trying to help people.