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When I got to pinnacle peak I was full of fear. New people, new territory but the clients and staff made me feel welcomed. I did 90 days, and in that time I learned a lot about myself and gained many tools to use in life to keep me in sobriety. They have a very organized program and the staff is amazing! They are very kind, loving and helpful. The therapists helped me through all the grief resulting from the passing of my older brother. I am forever grateful for pinnacle peak and its staff. I would definitely recommend this program to anyone struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction.
Jacob Rackey, 7 months ago
I am a former patient and was there for the full 90 day program. I am full of gratitude towards this place and owe the people i met here my life. Awesome recovery and awesome program. I now have over a year sober and i owe it to pinnacle because of what i learned here.
Tony Mares, 7 months ago
Fantastic program there and amazing Recovery. I’ve been to many places and this is by far my favorite place. They have staff that care and are diversified to help in all aspects of your recovery. I owe this place my sobriety and am forever thankful!
Adam Teets, 7 months ago
I am a former client of Pinnacle Peak Recovery; I spent 90 days with them and they literally saved my life. I say THEY saved my life not just "it", (the program) because it is more than that. They saved my life and helped begin the healing process with my family, my relationship and the perception of myself. In my opinion the way they run groups daily was super beneficial. A lot of treatment centers throw all 50 clients in a room together to learn, discuss, process; but here there were always (give or take a few) 8 clients in a group at any time. This gave everyone of us an opportunity to talk, process, and help each other heal with no one ever sliding under the radar, quite, forgotten in the corner like we felt in our addiction. Everyone participated. Everyone mattered. PPR also gave me the opportunity to work out at a nice gym 5 days a week as well as buy my own food and cook my own meals. This was super helpful for me because in the past I had worked a lot on my emotional, mental and spiritual health like we are told is important but now included my physical. By allowing us and making it a priority to get those of us who wanted to, to the gym after groups has made a huge difference in my recovery, self confidence and health all around. PPR gave me all the tools and opportunities I needed to succeed as well as an aftercare plan in detail so I could continue the healthy, happy lifestyle I learned and started to apply there. Oh! One more thing, the Daring Way Curriculum was amazing!
Emily Endres, 1 year ago
My sister completed Pinnacle Peak Recovery last month. I am so grateful for their caring staff. She was a completely different person when she graduated the program.
Chelsea Brown, 2 years ago
I reached out to Pinnacle Peak Recovery when I had lost all hope and had no where else to turn. Their caring staff took me in and showed me that it is possible to live a fulfilling life without using drugs or alcohol. Since completing this program, I got my family back, started working and have finally achieved long term sobriety. I am eternally grateful for what this program has done for me and I would recommend it to anyone struggling!
David Martin, 2 years ago
I would highly recommend pinnacle peak recovery to anyone struggling with chemical dependency issues. The majority of the staff have once been in the same boat and have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. They share their experiences with others who are still suffering and show people how to make it to the light.
Devin purcell, 2 years ago