Safe Harbor Treatment Center for Women

California (CA) > Rehab Centers in Costa Mesa, CA
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4.0
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546 Bernard St.
Costa Mesa, California 92627

Financial & Insurance Details

  • Insurance
  • Medicare
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  • Financing

Treatment Center Settings

  • Private/Secluded
  • Beach Community
  • Residential Neighborhood

Facility Highlights

Substance abuse treatment specific to women

Programs for young adults, co-occuring eating disorder and, trauma

12 Step based

DBT offered

Strong spiritual component

Individualized therapy

Weekly yoga and gym membership

Nutritionist on staff

Located in Southern California

Treatment Center Philosophy

Safe Harbor has been working to break the vicious cycle of drug and alcohol addiction for 20 years. The women-only rehab treats substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders by focusing on the whole person — body, mind and spirit. The facility believes that addiction is a symptom of deeper underlying issues and is dedicated to helping each client address and turnaround the maladaptive coping skills that no longer serve her. In an intimate, all-female environment, women are given the opportunity to safely explore their past and learn the coping skills necessary for a sober future.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Velvet Mangan
Founder/CEO

A woman of strength and vision, Velvet has been a transformational activist in the recovery community focusing her efforts on the healing and wellbeing of young women. She has incorporated her years of life experience and knowledge of women’s suffering and addiction into her mission and ultimately her sense of purpose. Velvet opened her doors and her heart to restore the soul sickness she once suffered from herself years ago and has now developed one of the leading women’s drug and alcohol treatment programs in Southern California, Safe Harbor Treatment Center.

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Danelle Baie, CATCI, CAADE
Executive Program Director

Danelle Baie is a certified chemical dependency counselor and has over 15 years of experience in the recovery community.Danelle entered into the field of recovery work following her intuition on her purpose for what her life work should involve. As a certified counselor at Safe Harbor, Danelle also brings her experience of long-term sobriety and interest in physical health. Danelle believes in a mental, physical, emotional and spiritual sobriety and recovery.

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Arelene Hylton
Spiritual Advisor

Rev. Arlene Hylton Campbell is the Spiritual Director for Safe Harbor Treatment Center for women. She is a licensed non-denominational Minister in the State of California. Rev. Arlene supports individuals in realizing their highest potential. Her support of individuals in recovery is based on each individual realizing a higher power that is active and fully available in their life. Through prayer and spiritual counsel, women are given tools to remember the connection they have with their higher power.

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Maggie Grisham
Director of Admissions

Maggie Grisham has been in recovery for over 24 years. Her passion and experience in recovery has led Maggie to make a professional change and work with women in addiction. Maggie is devoted to helping women and their families as they struggle with the confusion and frustration of addiction by applying her love and knowledge of the 12-Step program.

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Anonymous
1.0
Safe harbor is a poor example of a treatment center. 90%of girls I went there with and staff that was responsible for me when I was there have relapsed and are still using or don't have much time still living in half way houses. Also many of the woman I attended with including my case manager are now in romantic relationships with one of the staff members that's were taking care of us at the time or a patient which is SUPER unprofessional. My case manager told my mother if I left there half way house where (where I was ignored and treated poorly once they didn't get their big checks anymore from my family) that I would be dead with in a year.... I moved home, moved on with my life and now am very successful, happily married and expecting my second child in the up coming weeks. I truly believe if I would have stayed at safe harbor any longer I would have been dead. Please do not send your children there if you actually want them to have success in recovery.
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Val
4.7
Excellent
I went here for a few months and have so much gratitude for my experience and the skills I've developed here. It is a rehab so there were obviously moments where I hated everything about it, but in the end I would not trade my experience for the world. Although I'm not drug and drink free, it turned my life around for the better. For the first time in my life I can say that I feel successful. I am finally happy, financially and emotionally stable, and know myself better than ever. My life has progressed SO much since being at Safe Harbor and I could let have done it without the staff and people I've met there. Highly recommended.. oh and they drive you around in Audi's, you have a chef who makes delicious and organic meals, luxury apartments, and gorgeous landscape. It's truely a break from real life with a very intense twist.
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MAT
5.0
Excellent
I love how the girls who work there have most likely been a client at Safe Harbor. I miss Safe Harbor and I can't believe it's been over 5 years since I was there!! I loved how peaceful my mornings were on the front porch at Capella. I was told to "stick with the winners" right after arriving and somehow I just followed that suggestion the best I could. I wanted to be and stay sober so I did everything I could to follow direction and be as honest as possible. I was able to come out about my sexuality in one of our morning groups after years of judgment toward myself and accept who I am as a loved human being. I am still really great friends with the girls who I met at Safe Harbor and one male staff member was one of my biggest supports through the tough times. I've always said if I won the lottery I would donate as much as I could to Safe Harbor because of how my 90 days there changed my life forever.
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Alicia
5.0
Excellent
The love and compassion that the staff had made all the difference in the world. It was small entreat I felt I got one on one treatment. No weaknesses that I can think of I had been to many treament centers and relapsed after having 10 years of sobriety and working at a rehab for 9 of those years. After my relapse, the shame was unbearable and the thought of going to treatment and "trying again" was too much. God knew that I needed to feel loved so he sent me to Safe Harbor, Capella. I was able to deal with trauma and begin to forgive and love myself again. They went out of their way to make sure my then 10 yr old son could fly out from Texas to spend thanksgiving with me. It was an amazing experience and after 90 days, I came home a changed woman and have been sober ever since. God healed me at Safe Harbor and I will forever be grateful.
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Anonymous
5.0
Excellent
Genuine concern for clients progress and success. Long term programming which increases likelihood of lasting recovery. Gender specific which provides a feeling of safety and intimacy. younger support staff lacking maturity and relatable life experiences.
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Anonymous
4.7
Excellent
Strengths: they were supportive Extended/aftercare supportive services Close community Organized. A weakness was the unstable ownership
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Rachel
5.0
Excellent
Strengths include love, support, gave me hope A downfall was that it was not close enough to the beach This program saved my life. It allowed me to be a daughter to my family, a sister to my siblings. I have friendship. I have love for myself. That is something I thought I never honestly say.
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LJ
1.3
I would not reccomend this facility. Staff are not educated or equipted to lead. They hire anyone to fill the shifts. Extremely unorganized. The groups are an absolute joke and repetitive. Not productive at all. The facility is not equipped to handle dual diagnosis. I attended "connections" and the whole set up was a joke....Safe harbor also has a TON of insurance fraud that takes place. Again, I would NOT reccomend this place to anyone. I would not reccomend Safe Harbor.
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Anonymous
5.0
Excellent
This facility was amazing.
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ED
1.0
I was originally from Upstate NY where I had been on ADHD meds and anti anxiety for as long as I remember. At 17 I graduated from high school and decided to go to College of Charleston because I only applied to out of state warm climate schools and Charleston was breathtaking. At this point I had for sure my dad\'s complete enablement for whatever I wanted which became cocaine and oc 80s. He didnt know what the money was going to but as he always has said \"need to know basis\" sums up our communication. However I became addicted to the ocs 80s and didnt care about cocaine anymore. Then, slowly moving onto heroin and stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars, which was given to me for tuition, rent, food, emergencies, and no money to pay for anything because I had drained the account within two months on drugs I came clean to my dad. He asked what I wanted to do. That was it! So I partied hard for the next month but started to realize I had not only a serious drug problem, but I hadn\'t gone to a single class for two semesters. I needed some type of change. I went to Palmetto outpatient but didnt last a week and was told that I needed to be in an inpatient program. I went to Pavillion for 45 days, maybe longer because my detox took i believe 10 days. I was made very comfortable, constant attention, and once detox was over constant stimulatioin. I believe this was in 2008 but being 19, I didnt qualify for their sober living and staff knew I needed more treatment. That\'s where Safe Harbor came into the picture. I lived in Knox for 3 months and played their stupid games because I wanted out. I was stuck in the Knox house for drug addiction and eating disorders, when I was really qualified for Knox because of dual diagnosis(and none consisted of eating disorders). However, they didn\'t keep their word and I FELT CHEATED. I was told by my dad to just fly and I could use the credit card and just buy a whole new wardrobe and he would take care of my loose ends in Charleston. However, when I arrived they told me I would be going for my supervised shopping THE NEXT DAY. I hadn\'t even signed paperwork so told them to freak off. I called my dad and he basically talked me through that most people are jerks but you never know so to give them a chance. I still raised heck until I was taken shopping the next day where they limited how much I could spend ($200) at target. So i was mad and felt lied to from the start. I finished the 3 months where I wasn\'t given the meds I had taken at pavilion or the past 14 years.... My counselor was really annoying and was not a good fit but never the less I was stuck with her the whole time. After my 3 months at knox I got to go to sober living!!!! Not what I was trying to do. I shared a room at the pink house for an exuberant amount of money and no longer was I meeting with the phychiatrist or getting meds continued. I relapsed twice on alcohol and was sent to some stupid and gross detox where i WAS PLACED and could have no contact with my dad. I was there for discipline...HOW STUPID AND UNNECESSARY...I was not interested in safe harbor and exuberant money was coming out of my pocket to have an annoying babysitter and the house mother was a snitch about everything even if it was harmless. I couldn\'t pretend any longer so when i drank a couple sips out of a beer \"my second relapse\" I was out of there on their terms and mine. I went back to NY after detox got me to a psychiatrist so I at least could sleep and when I got off the plane I saw my dad and he had tears in his eyes. I had uncontrollable twitches and could barely talk. He couldn\'t believe that I was in a worse state than before when he had visited me in Pavilion. Luckily my dad is a doctor and got me in with a great psychiatrist to make sure that what he thought was true since psychiatry isn\'t his specialty. I did pretty good for 2 years(was on 100mg if methadone a day plus my adhd and anxiety drugs) but relapsed/arrests/multiple jail stays and three years ago after being homeless and addicted to heroine I went to a one week detox where i was put on suboxone and stabilized. I went to an outpatient for about a year and 3 months ago I decided I wanted to leave any signs of my troubled path behind me. I can say whatever but I consider the last time i used heroine my clean date. And this detox and outpatient costs were nothing compared to safe harbor. Maybe I was just too young and ignorant but I appreciated Pavilion so my negativity about safe harbor cant be completely manufactured by my ignorant brain. I would never recommend safe harbor.
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JR
5.0
Excellent
Loving and compassionate staff. Can't think of any weaknesses. Staff was loving and could relate to my experience. This is my first time in treatment, and I have remained sober since being at Safe Harbor. It gave me the tools to learn how to stay sober in "the real world". The community there is amazing, and I'm grateful to have met the women I did there and to have that experience.
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MW
3.0
Good
Alumni network was great. Some weakness include the staff training and turnover, ED program is no good Made some good friends and worked very hard, but unfortunately the clinicians were not of a very high caliber
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Sophia
5.0
Excellent
Staff cared a lot about me and my peers. They were organized and knew what they were doing in terms of a treatment plan for me. They were able to put me in a good direction so when I got out I knew how to function more in society. Their spiritual guider was not religious nor pressed religion on anyone which was so helpful for me to be free in that area. They follow the 12 step program very well. A weakness is that it was expensive. I had such an amazing 3 months at the Knox house. Though it wasn't the easiest thing I've ever done it was the best thing. I listened to all of my case managers suggestions and she lead in in the right direction. They had a beautiful sense of community. They always brought love into everything. They definitely loved me until I could begin to love myself. I went in to their sober living which in now called connections. There I was still able to keep incomact with my case manager who helped me with any problem I had. Truly blessed to have gone to safe harbor.
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MH
5.0
Excellent
Gentle, calm & understanding. Safe Harbor will always be my home at heart. It is where I found myself, and it is where I discovered who I truly am. An experience I never regretted - even while I was a patient. Amazing women & stories. Sobriety and Recovery are within the homes of Safe Harbor.
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Anonymous
5.0
Excellent
I really liked this facility!
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Anonymous
3.3
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Chef was good. Very disorganized, owner never around, very clicky, judgemental staff, no extra activities, limited therapy choices
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KO
4.7
Excellent
The chef at Capella makes extremely healthy meals. My body felt healthy when I left. Lack of alternatives to 12 step programs was a downfall. I got sober there so I'm thrilled. I was dissatisfied with the lack of continuity in holding residents accountable for their behaviors. Many not doing their chores (which were never checked), residents sleeping together, staff that were under qualified to handle these situations. I'd suggest requiring a Masters in Social Services, even for support staff. They oftentimes had no idea what they were doing and were unprofessional like bringing us vape juice or gossiping about other clients.
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Anonymous
3.7
Very Good
Meals could have been better.
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SD
4.0
Great
All women, very personalized, gets clients connected in 12 Step Programs Have to make all meals yourself, houses can be a little tired Great prices and personalized care. Wonderful for young women and women who have co-occurring disorders.
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Sarah
4.7
Excellent
Staff, counseling, meetings, everything was above my expectations An amazing women's treatment facility that I would recommend to any woman with addiction or multi issues that have caused pain and need treatment. I loved my case manager, and became close with so many of the girls/ women!
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Anonymous
4.7
Excellent
ED program was good. Support staff is not well trained
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MP
4.7
Excellent
I could tell the staff had been in my shoes and really cared. They did not enable me like other treatment centers had. It is all women, which saved my life. The lives the staff lives attracted me to sobriety. The community was incredible and I wanted to be a part of. I felt that everyone who worked there went above and beyond. There is more leniency than there should be. This is a great option for aftercare, I think it is most helpful if you have already received some time of treatment, therapy, or counseling prior.
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Anonymous
4.3
Great
Accommodations were great.
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Anonymous
4.7
Excellent
This facility was great, meals were better than average.
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Ktr
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Great hands on experience Caring counsellors Saved my daughters life. Great facility current and after care highly recommend
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Livia
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I attended Safe Harbor in 2014. This place saved my life. I have been sober ever since I checked into one of their programs. Staff is outstanding and professional. I have been to several treatment centers but this one is the one that changed my life and I would suggest this treatment center to any woman.
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Greer
5.0
Excellent
Safe Harbor saved my life! i\'m so grateful to hit the bottom that i hit because it led me to the front door of safe harbor. I lived at the magellan house for 90 days and going through the eating disorder tract saved my life even more! after 90 days i moved into the transitional home and it was the time of my life! i made all of my friends and eventually moved out and became and self sufficient i have two years sober today! safe harbor has taught me how to love myself in ways i didn\'t know how! i am so grateful for safe harbor and i today i am even more grateful to be working at safe harbor! this treatment center is so special because of the love aspect that is taught. the community that safe harbor provides you with is unlike anything i have ever experienced! no other treatment center that i have been two incorporates the principals of AA the way safe harbor does!!! my love run deep for safe harbor!
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GM and TM
5.0
Excellent
Our 21-year-old daughter has been in treatment at the Safe Harbor House for Women residential program since March 2016. She first entered the Knox Program, for young women ages 18-24. This program provided her with a multi-faceted and intensive therapeutic millieu which addressed the particular challenges facing young women struggling with the disease of addiction. Our daughter immediately felt comfortable in this warm environment where she felt understood and cared for by the well-trained and nurturing staff. Many of the staff are alumni of Safe Harbor and have returned to be of service to other women struggling with these issues. I believe this speaks volumes about the quality of care and the long-term health and recovery for those who have entered the Safe Harbor program. Through this difficult process of treatment and recovery, Safe Harbor is helping our daughter re-discover her core, so she can begin to love and value herself again, and re-gain the self-confidence she had lost along the way. Not only did Safe Harbor establish a structured daily program, provide a case manager, individual therpeutic intervention, group counseling, 12-step program, spiritual guidance and psychiatric consultation for our daughter, Safe Harbor also helped our family to better understand this family disease, through parent workshops and weekly contact with her case manager. Our daughter has now transitioned to the Connections program at Safe Harbor, which affords her greater independence and responsibilities, although still retaining the benefits of a therapeutic umbrella guiding her forward toward recovering. As part of the Safe Harbor Connections program, she now has a part-time job, is doing volunteer work, and will begin taking college courses again. As parents, you never really stop worrying about your children--even when they are adults--but through the life-affirming program at Safe Harbor, we now have renewed hope in our daughter\'s on-going health and future. We are very grateful parents.
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kaelia
5.0
Excellent
safe harbor has played a huge role in my success in recovery, i have been to numerous other treatment centers and tried many times to get sober. the case managers, my therapist, and staff gave me the tools and safe environment to heal and work through all the pain i have been through. safe harbor is like a family to me. when i came in i was extremely sick, addicted to herion, meth, and xanex, an addiction that i honestly didn\'t think i could overcome. today i have over 9 months clean and sober, i went through the knox program and after 90 days i moved over to safe harbor connections. today i have friends,family, a job, a car, and most importantly i have found happiness. these are things that i never thought i could get back. safe harbor helped me learn to stand strong on my own again and i am endlessly grateful.
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Jill
4.7
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Excellent treatment center! I first entered their Capella program for trauma in August of 2014. I had done a geographic, uprooting my life in NY for California. I found the combination of group therapy, individual therapy, and 12 step extremely helpful in creating a solid foundation for my recovery. More than half of the support staff I had were alumnae of the program. As a result, I felt as though the staff really understood what I was going through and was able to support my growth in relatable and effective way. Additionally, the case manager I had was well qualified and provided me with excellent care. After 90 days of residential treatment, I entered into safe harbor sober living which has since become the connections program. Being in sober living connected me with a vast network of sober women, most of which were Safe Harbor alumna. Even after leaving sober living, Safe Harbor continued to be my main source of support and encouraged myself and other alumna to \"stay in the love\" by offering us employment as support staff at the treatment centers. I felt that I was given adequate training and my RRW certification was paid for by the administration. Throughout my year working at Capella, I always felt supported and like I was making a significant difference in the lives of recovering women. I would highly recommend Safe Harbor as a great place to get sober, a supportive environment to work and a wonderful community to call home.
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Anonymous
5.0
Excellent
recovery was nice. they closed their facility. This facility is the sister program to Harbor Lights which are Salvation Army owned. The sad part is they closed both facilities
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MD
2.3
Went thru safe harbor last summer! My first time ever being in any kind of facility. I am sober today BC I want to b. I was very disappointed in treatment of women. The staff are not trained. The daily routine is monotnous. Get a job to notnhavento b in the gruelling pyscho drama group. That\'s the worst part. I loved my therapist to this day I think if her. I recommend research five rehabs there are soooo many in Costa mesa. The ladies I was with are from out of state first time Cali pepl. The cost is over the top don\'t pay so much money its never worth it. Check into a hospital detox their. I got off pain meds for myself and family. I am fortunate tat I have a great sponser who totally has patience. Just do research and pay attention. The worst is the bungalows are controlled by heat which is horrific in the summer everybody fights over the house phone, nobody tells u about the phases I is the worst. Needs to b updated to reflect the current times its not 1995 anymore. I can sat if it was not for the ladies that helped me thru I would have left. Luckily I had amamzing living mmates most have relapse. Is very dissapointing. Then after 90 days thrown out and left to b on your own with no support. There has got to b a better way.
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JR
4.3
Great
I went through treatment here 2 years ago and have remained sober ever since. Safe harbor gave me the tools to remain sober beyond treatment, and I\'ve made some of the best friendship I\'ve ever had there. Staff were super helpful and we went on fun outings during the weekends. Grateful for this place for giving me my life back.
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Nr
1.0
Gross . One staff member in particular is a bad person . She treated my daughter like heck. Place is fowl and propel are bullies . They make you scrub toliets. And another staff member is s air head
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Jessica
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One of the women staff members is awful. She makes people cry. Is unprofessional . They put words in your mouth then just dump you at the hospital. She called me dumb. All the girls are Bullies including the staff Not to mention to house is disgusting
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MC
1.0
This place it terrible.Just seeing the contract they make you sign should make it clear they are a massively for profit company. The contract is intentionally confusing and they will go after you for all the money they can. To understand this contract I talked to them on multiple occasions and what they told me contradicted the contract and convinced me to sign. It was a terrible idea. My daughter was in detox and decided to not continue in their program because of her terrible experience during detox. What ever you do you must rip this contract and move on. There are places that will be just as good and that will not try and rip you for every penny they can. At a minimum you should have someone review the contract that is an expert at understanding twisted contracts and at that point you are either filthy rich or will start looking somewhere else. As in case they answer back will excuses I can tell you I have two daughters that have gone to many programs and some have been great but none have been nearly as dishonest as Safe Harbor.
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Ab
2.0
Strictly substance abuse oriented. Patients buy the own food and cook. Phase i involves a lot of tv time and sleep.
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Katie
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I came here with high hopes that I would feel safe and I would be with a staff that cared. Instead, I got the exact opposite. The support staff is genuinely wonderful, but the director and case managers are quite annoyed if you try to talk to them. As a trauma center the chaos and inconsistency is quite disturbing. The selling points of a gym is false. You must buy your own $200 membership for the closest and $50 for the one that is farther away, if you would like to go and going is very sporadic. Phones are not given after 30 days, it is up to staff if you get it at all. There is no massage or acupuncture. If we go on outings, we pay for it. You definitely need more than $10 each time. Multiple clients have left within 2-3 weeks of arriving and most clients can\'t believe that what they were sold on. There is a high turnover in staff. Be very weary before coming to Safe Harbor. There are many rehab centers in the area who have much much better reputations.
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Christy
5.0
Excellent
My daughter is still in treatment at the facility, but is over 18 and is able to leave if she chooses. She has not.
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annie
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I had the worst experience of my life at Safe Harbor. I had to scrub toilets and clean up the house that is falling to pieces. If I did not follow directions or do exactly what they wanted when they wanted, they would put you on restriction. I have never been to such a disgusting horrible place. I ended up leaving there and going to another facility and had a wonderful experience. I cannot say enough bad things about this place.
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Official Facility Response
It deeply concerns me to hear your report on your experience at Safe Harbor. In some cases when addicts and alcoholics are in early recovery their experiences can be distorted or skewed due to the trauma of addiction. Safe Harbor is a leader in our field, and while our expertise lies in treating addiction and the underlying issues that women specifically have, we also recognize that we may not be a high enough level of care for any individuals struggling with more severe mental health issues. It is our intention to give unconditional love and support to the loved one being treated in our facility. Safe Harbor is dedicated to the individual needs of each client as the early stages of sobriety can be the hardest time in a persons life. Our integrated treatment encourages a connection between the body, mind, and spirit. All of our facilities are licensed and we have an extensive staff of credentialed doctors and therapists. Many of our staff are alumni of Safe Harbor who return specifically to give back. We honor the individual and encourage our staff to be themselves while honoring our professional guidelines. Recovery is a process, but with the right community and loving guidance, women are able to live happy and fulfilling lives. Please contact me personally, I am here to help you in any way that I can.
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