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They were some what on time.....
Keith Jones, 8 months ago
It a pain n the ass
laprea Blackmond, 9 months ago
I have been at Good Hope Institute for almost 6 years, and in my opinion it's no better and no worse than any other methadone maintenance program. I've been on methadone maintenance for over 30 years and have been at many different facilities, so I believe I know a good one from a bad one. At GHI, you get from it what you put into it. If you want to get clean and stay clean you can; if you want maintenance you can do that, or you can detox. No one is getting rich from keeping someone on the program who doesn't want to be there. One thing you cannot do there is drift along continuing to get high and drinking methadone, and you cannot come in with a sense of entitlement or a nasty attitude and expect people to jump over hoops to do what you want. With all the addicts they're dealing with, and the turnover lately in staff yes, things can sometimes move a little slower than we'd like, but no where on earth are you going to get all your desires instantly! Sometimes you have to be patient, and this program is no different. GHI is not a bad clinic. Sometimes staff there have not been as caring as they could have been, and there have been those who had downright nasty attitudes. They're individual people though, they do not represent the whole clinic. If you want to get off opiates and you're not afraid to work to stay clean you can do it at Good Hope Institute.
Wanda J, 2 years ago
1320 Good Hope Road SE, Washington, District of Columbia 20020
- (202) 610-1886
Good Hope Institute located in beautiful Washington, District of Columbia, can supply addicts with professional and effective addiction treatment options.
Whether an individual requires inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, or holistic treatment options, Good Hope Institute can help addicts obtain the goal of sustained sobriety. With experienced staff members, counselors, and addiction advisors, patients can rest assured that receiving professional care is something that is never compromised.
Good Hope Institute understands well that making the decision to attend treatment is very difficult. This, though, is the most vital step in the entire recovery process as it means the addict is mentally prepared to get better. This is an important aspect of the whole recovery process. Through consistent support, addicts will have the opportunity to get better when they attend treatment at Good Hope Institute.
Since no two addictions are alike, it’s important that treatment be as unique as the individual themselves. At Good Hope Institute, they understand that all addictions are different. Also discussed before treatment begins is the patient’s insurance coverage.
By identifying the root cause of the addiction at hand, psychologists, counselors, and advisors can better prescribe a treatment plan that can work for the individual. The core values that are held at Good Hope Institute are centered on striving to assist the addict every way possible in order to obtain long-lasting sobriety. Just as so many addicts have attended Good Hope Institute and succeeded in recovery, so can others.
Living a fulfilled life is possible with the help of a professional and tailor-made treatment plan. There is a happy life waiting outside the life of drug and alcohol abuse. It’s time to put addiction behind and start on a life that is content. This can only happen with the help of an addiction treatment facility.
Contact Good Hope Institute today at www.Addictiontreatmentsystem.Com and learn how a unique approach to treatment can help addicts regain control of everyday life. With the proper treatment plan in place, addicts can overcome their addiction and learn to live a sober life in as little as 30-days to 90-days.