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CooperRiis
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Dr. Ronee Aaron made this place almost unbearable. Additionally, the entire clinical staff was extremely dedicated to her and completely unwilling to help. They would not let me see another a psychiatrist when I saw other residents get this treatment. The one or two allies I thought I had showed that they were by far more interested in “staying in their lane” than challenging and confronting abuse by other staff members to residents. The leadership is poor and they don’t respond unless you badger them over and over again. Eric Levine seems to have few interests outside of getting people into the lengthy, damaging cycle that this organization creates. CooperRiis is a disaster and the experience was a tremendous waste of time and money. I urge you to look elsewhere before sending a loved one here or attending yourself. The wrecking ball they set in motion can be very difficult to get under control—even after you’ve left their “care.”

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CooperRiis
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Admission staff WILL call and hound you on Sunday at 8:15. Amy in particular tried to reach out past respectful hours. Never give these people your information. It's telemarketing. Update: they clearly see this negative review yet WILL NOT cease contacting me. As you see, I am a Google reviewer (guide) with outstanding reputation, and therefore my reviews go up top. I am amused they asked to have this removed....at 10pm Sunday ...the exact problem I reviewed. Insane.

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CooperRiis
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I was very fortunate to spend a year at Cooper Riis. I was at the farm from May'15 to Oct'15 and Oct'15 to May'16 in the former Foothills Community Program. When I got there I was shocked there was no palm trees and beaches but there were mountains which were amazing to look at everyday. CR instilled structure and accountability which I didn't have. I am Dually Diagnosed meaning I have two diseases of addiction and mental health together. If I didn’t find my underlying causes and conditions I don’t know where I’d be and for me finding that out is all thanks to CR. One of the coolest things I got to experience was being the chairman of peer led Dual Diagnose Anonymous (DDA) which is peer discussion meeting where any resident may attend to share your experience strength and hope of their recovery. I was able to mentor new men entering the doors at the farm. Lodge outings were amazing. What I also learned is how to have fun in recovery. An example I experienced is just picking up a volleyball am asking others to play and having an awesome time- staff joined a lot of the time as well which was awesome. The community program continued to teach me how to live life with support around still but teaching me more how to be accountable living on my own. Living with other people was an awesome experience and learning from each other made it even more better. It was really awesome to have the freedom but also know if I needed help or redirection I could go to anyone of the staff or people I lived with to help me. The length that the staff went both in residential and the community program to help me stay in recovery was amazing. Weather it be traveling far distances to help stay in recovery just for one day, talking to me late at night when I couldn’t sleep or going on walks to just do it. One day at a time I’ll never forget what each and everyone of you did for me. Today I work in the field of Dual Diagnosis and it’s all thanks to listening to suggestions and never forgetting my beginnings. I highly recommend CR to anyone who is struggling because for myself they helped dramatically keeping the candle of hope alive for me.

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CooperRiis
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When I first entered the program back in 2011 my future looked bleak. I had no direction, no drive, no purpose and frankly, did not care to be alive. I had been to other treatment centers but nothing seemed to be working. My family was scared for me. Things were not looking good. Now I can’t wait to get up in the morning and start my day! I am the proud owner of 2 retail shops and am engaged to the man of my dreams! Life is beautiful and every day is another adventure—I am fulfilled beyond anything I could have ever imagined for myself! I had no idea how good life could be!! CR was more than just a “treatment center”—it was a community, both staff and residents became the family and friends i needed, and the support system that was essential for my recovery. CR focuses on the WHOLE person, not just the illness, and that is what makes them different. CR taught me the skills, and helped me form the foundation I needed to get out there and be successful in the world, and I’ve been building on those skills ever since! I’ve made leaps and bounds using the skills I learned from the program and now live a happy life with a strong support system. Thank you Cooper Riis!!!

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This is an outstanding therapeutic community involving a team of highly qualified specialists and warm, supportive staff. Their various specialties blend into the holistic approach we were looking for for our family member. The Spring Mill farm campus offers a wonderful environment for healing and recovery from a mental/emotional/physical challenges.

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                                            Inpatient or Residential Mental Health Treatment
    Inpatient or Residential Mental Health Treatment
    Inpatient Mental Health | Mental Health
    Inpatient or residential mental health treatment. Inpatient treatment is the most intensive level of treatment, offering 24-hour care in a secure unit of a treatment facility or hospital. Residential treatment is a step down from inpatient treatment. While there is structure and some monitoring to treatment, the big difference between residential and inpatient treatment involves the setting in which it is carried out. While inpatient treatment is typically carried out in a treatment facility or hospital, residential treatment is usually carried out in more of a home-like environment.
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