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Daymark Recovery Svc - 3 Reviews - 1190 W Roosevelt Blvd, Monroe, NC - Social Services & Welfare Reviews - Phone (704) 296-6200

Daymark Recovery Svc

1190 W Roosevelt Blvd
Monroe, NC 28110
(704) 296-6200
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I referred myself and son to Daymark and have used them for about 3 yrs now, after I lost the vision in my right eye, then promptly fell off my bed breaking my right leg and right...


The end of January , I phoned PBH for help. I've had psychiatric problems for over 10yrs. I told of my past. I also noted that I've gone 6 years without any help, and I need a ...

Editorial review from Citysearch 10/10/2013

I went in for services and felt like the evaluator wasn't really paying attention to what I was saying. Was recommended for a group therapy that was unrelated to either issue I brought up. Will definitely not be returning. more

BE AWARE! Help is protecal! Run fast. Run elsewhere! 2/15/2012

The end of January , I phoned PBH for help. I've had psychiatric problems for over 10yrs. I told of my past. I also noted that I've gone 6 years without any help, and I need a doctor. I've become reclusive, have assaulted 2 cops, offended my neighbors, alienated my family. I'm begging for help! I need a doctor! I learned that my former DR was never contacted. I was hung up on everytime I offended someone or raIsed question (That is part of why I need help!!!!!) Excuse me. Why will/can not anyone there answer my simple questions?? They hang up the phone. THIS IS NOT RIGHT. IF YOU NEED HELP, GO TO A DOCTOR! GO NOW. GO FAST! These idiots are juvenile wanna bee who push paper to make money for a government draining organization. SEE A DOCTOR!! PBH (piedmontBehavioral Health_ referred me to Daymark. Eventhough I told the 'girl' that I have problems with interaction with others (offensive and confrontational), Heidi R was irritated. I knew it and also knew that my issues were far beyond anything she learned, or experienced. But, I waited. I begged for help. Surely this wasn't all it was., like she told me. I'm still waiting as I write.Surely there had to be someone who was going to help me. Someone. Daymark Recovery is a joke for anyone who has serious mental issues. Heidi R said she tried to get my records from my former physchiatrist. I phoned them, only to learn that there has been no request, or any contact! Daymark Recovery is a government scam! Sucking money from the system, and providing NO HELP! I've phoned 4 times begging for help. They give me the ""Chrisis #"". Which ironically is the number I phoned for help before I was referred to them. USELESS . . GOVERNMENT DRAINING! Heidi R in Concord NC doesn't know help from her head in the ground! SHAMEFULL!!!!!! I needed help. USELESS. Find a doctor. A medical doctor!! This service is dangerous. Go to a doctor! Don't waste your time!! Find a medical doctor. This is another goverment money sucking agency. Don't support them. LAME!! And, I'm not proud to say it, but I've had mental issues for over 20 years. I was in trouble and needed help . . . and they gave me a phone number! DONT GO HERE IF YOU TRULY HAVE MENTAL ISSUES. See a doctor. This place is a circus of prodical! And, you will not get the help you need. SEE A DOCTOR!! more

My Review of Daymark in Monroe 8/5/2011

If you or one of your loved ones are considering checking into Daymark Recovery for help with a mental illness, I strongly urge you to consider other options. The system there is broken. I feel as if they do not care about the patients that they are supposedly trying to help. My brother had a mental break in February 2011 and was involuntarily committed to Daymark. In retrospect, it appears that they did absolutely nothing for him. He received no one-on-one therapy during his first involuntary commitment, which he desperately needed. He received no positive reassurance that he would be able to manage his mental illness along with the aid of their facility. All Daymark did was hold him for 5 short days and try to hand him a small cup of anti-psychotic medicines. Based on mine and my family's experience, the doctors there are cold, rude, and only care about collecting their paycheck at the end of the week. After the 5 days of holding him there the first time, he was released with a prescription for meds and numbers to call if he needed help. He desperately needed to be transferred somewhere for intenstive inpatient treatment. Eight hours after being released by Daymark the first time he had to be involuntarily committed again the same day, because he wrote a note after his release and disappeared from home. During his second experience with Daymark, my brother was stuck in a room in the hospital across the street for 12 days supposedly waiting on a bed at Broughton. The doctors were shown the note that my brother wrote, and knew full well of his unstable mental state. My brother spent 12 days trapped in a room with no windows, not being able to see the sun. He also received no psychological attention from a doctor this time either, aside from asking him how the meds were working and changing dosages, which was mostly done by the nurses at the hospital. Then one day we received a call from Daymark saying that Dr. Salizu wanted to meet with someone from our family, so he could get to know the situation on a deeper level. So my other brother took off work and sat with my brother in that room all day. He sat there for 7 hours waiting on Dr. Salizu and he never showed up. He even had the nurses call and let him know that he was there and waiting to talk with him about 4-5 hours after arriving, and still the doctor never showed up. The bed at Broughton never materialized at the end of the 12 days, despite them telling us for the last 6 or 7 days of his second involuntary commitment that he was slowly moving up the waiting list and getting closer to receiving a bed at Broughton. Finally, at the end of the 12 days he was sent home a second time with a pocket full of anti-psychotic meds and nothing else, again. Later, it was moved to only a monthly visit for the same purpose to adjust/alter and discuss medication, and NOT to discuss his state of mind. Through their actions, I honestly believe Daymark is only concerned about filling perscriptions for drugs, and not about the well-being of their patients. Daymark even misdiagnosed him as Bipolar 1, so we brought him to get a second opinion at a facility in Mecklenburg County and he was diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder, which was a more thorough diagnosis. Daymark didn't take the time or make the effort to come up with a thorough diagnosis, they just shuffled him through the system, didn't help him while he was in their care and just let him go, TWICE. Now it's August and my brother has been dead for 3 weeks from suicide. At the end of all this it's easy for my family and I to see that they did nothing to help his mental state, and we honestly believe they made things worse for him. They stripped him of his dignity, his sense of self worth, and his intellectual prowess. All of which he prided himself on. Please, anyone thinking Daymark is the answer, please reconsider, because they truthfully don't care about anyone they treat. more

compassion and true assistance... 9/22/2008

I referred myself and son to Daymark and have used them for about 3 yrs now, after I lost the vision in my right eye, then promptly fell off my bed breaking my right leg and right forearm...all within 3 months of one another. I was a productive professional, but those 20 months of rehab and multiple surgeries (17 of them) had me angry, depressed, anxious. Pros: ALL the staff, from clerk at the window to the MDs and therapists are wonderful and calm Cons: the appt lag time, unless you are really emergent, then they get you assistance immediately. more
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