My mother recently stayed there and it was a mixed experience. The good: she did get to meet with a psychologist for about 30 mins each day, a social worker for about 15 mins each day, and the rest was group therapy which she thought was helpful. The bad: they say they don't accept dangerous patients but my mother said there were 4 such individuals there and that the staff knew they were dangerous as some of them had been there a few times. One of them threw chairs across the room, while another touched some of the women there inappropriately. We had to take her home because she didn't feel safe. Also, they did not give her the medication she takes for high blood pressure while she was there. \r
So while the help was good, I feel like were lied to us about just how safe the environment really is...not to mention them forgetting or not checking with her doctor about her high blood pressure medicine was a very serious oversight.