Thank you so much for helping my friend, Cynthia R. please be patient with her, there is a great person inside. I pray every one will be able 2 get, not well, but better, as I have been there. Thanks again, so very much. Peace and love. LEN I..... Have a great day!
My son has been referred to your facility. I would like to find some information about your facility, requirements, time required, etc. I would also like to know what the cost is as he has no job or insurance at this time. I cannot find your website either.
I was wondering if y'all treated a huffing addiction/ compressed air. I have broken my back and this is the only thing that gives me relief when I run out of my pain meds. I was also wondering if I could bring my pain meds with me. Thanks, Andrea
My husband Don has agreed to seek treatment for Alcohol addiction. He also takes prescription drugs. He is interested in information Careadale in Sylcauga, AL. He can be reached @ 205/223-6656. Thank you
I was very disappointed in the response I received today from Caradale Lodge. In the past I have found help there for people needing rehab even though they had NO money. Today my call was returned as I was trying to find treatment for a lady in jail who needs help. When I told the gentleman that she did not have the $300 intake fee he said "she was safe in jail" that she was not on the streets using. Guess he has no idea what it is like to want help and can't find it in this state unless you have money. He should also know that a female is not safe in jail they are subject to sexual abuse and harassment by male jailers. It is a shame that this girl is asking for help but can't find it because she is indigent.
The administration of Cheaha Mental Health takes action against employees in their mission to service the mentally ill and chemically dependent. This business cannot prosper when as a professional, working for the administration, was met with unwanted sexual conduct by the Board President, Wiener Phillips. I soon became the source of investigation and friction felt by my supervisors for reporting the incident. I met the s.o.b. (after he was reported) in his "volunteer" appointment in Drug Court. Though he doesn't deserve to breathe God's air, there was sufficient legal provocation for his sexual involvement with a poor accused in Drug Court (all of them) felt they were "vindictive" by charges of DUI and possession and were subject to be consoled by the hands of the scum that had abused me. In my schooling and studies, I never felt I was working with good, capable hands of my superiors, whose judgment was tempered with terse conflict for my reporting any ethical dilemma felt as a therapist. It is false, wrongful, and malicious to close the door on issues I raised affecting my career and reputation. The administration arrived at a decision to cancel BC/BS coverage of my condition as they had known, preferring instead to take my job than to make treatment a priority. The business attempts to make the proverbial mission of wellness out of these certain barnyard matters. Thank you good people for your time and for everything!
This is a rude unprofessional place starts with call to Admissions Sandy is very rude and hateful, Staff is uncaring and could care less DO not go here if you need help, you will not get it, was there 21 days did not even know who my counselor was... All they want is money, go somewhere else, the response from the employee is correct these people should be shut down
From the owner: William I. Perry, Ph.D. I have a fully online psychology practice specializing in addictions and other substance abuse, depression and anxiety disorders. Get the help you need without ever having to leave home!
She ended therapy when I requested my file. She wouldn't send file until I filed a complaint with Office of Civil Rights. My file contains 120 pages of my recorded sessions for a year without knowledge of being recorded and no consent. See YouTube: "Illegal Ultimatum" to hear how she ended therapy with an ultimatum.
February 8, 2017
Dear Community Friend,
On behalf of the Butler County Educational Service Center Early Childhood Programs, we would like to invite you to participate in our 2017 Wellness Resource Fair that will be held during the annual Nutrition & Health Fair. The Fair is a comprehensive approach to Nutrition and Health empowerment for Butler and Preble County Head Start and Early Head Start parents, children and staff. We try to provide the families an opportunity to participate in...
We help people take the first steps toward getting help for their drug and alcohol usage and having drug-free lifestyles. To contact an alcohol/drug abuse counselor, please call 1-800-591-6474(Who Answers?).