AA and myself have a fairly turbulent past, so when it came time for my family to pull the intervention card and inform me that I had a bed waiting at this place, I was less than thrilled. I was coming off of a year long bender, and pretty much every family member and friend was so fed up with my horrific way of life that I really had no choice but to go here. Let me just say, I was probably the worst client the staff have ever had. I had nothing but horrible things to say to the staff initially, as I projected all my anger on to everyone else. In light of my attitude, I was always treated with respect and dignity. It was almost as if the staff knew there would be some sort of transformation in me and they were just waiting it out. Well about 2 weeks in, that transformation came and I began to see the world in a new light. I started actually getting things out of meetings, helping new people, and opening up to my counselor. I was a truly hopeless case and this was the environment I needed for this thing to "click". I've had a couple setbacks since I left but I will always remember this place fondly.