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Maryville Academy


Google Rating: 4.1

Maryville Academy


Maryville Academy is located in Des Plaines, Illinois.
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  • Most Insurances

Specialties

  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

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Google Reviews

They’ve done wonders with my son!!! He actually gets to come home this coming August..... & he hasn’t been with us since May 2013!! We’ve been very blessed to have been able to work with the staff @ Maryville!!

Marla J Baker, 2 years ago

Pablo Ramirez, 2 years ago

I agree with the poster above. My daughter was in here twice. At first I was extremely anxious as she had only been in the "hopsital" based treatment centers. This was an actual psychiatric hospital and having read the reviews, was like UGH. But there were also good ones, figuring most of the time people only take time to write reviews when they are disgruntled. But it was the only place that had a bed available and she needed treatment. From the minute we got her in there, the staff was very supportive. I only got visiting two days a week, but that's because this is a mental hospital. They are in there getting better! Sometimes that unfortunately requires some time in solitude or removed from the stresses of everyday life which very often come in the form of family and friends unfortunately. She never had a bad word to say about food and I even ate lunch there once on a family day. I mean no, not a five star restaurant, but not unedible, horrible food. She always talked well about the staff and got alot out of her time there. Even the social worker and principal at my daughters school mentioned that they were impressed with how professional CBH staff seemed and they had dealt with alot of staff from various hospitals, but had never dealt with CBH. I'm sure there are bad experiences and there can be bad experiences anywhere, but I just wanted to say that our experience, not just once, but she went there twice, and both times were very good. Aesthetically the place could use some work/updating, but again. that's not why they're there.

Colleen Malinowski, 2 years ago

After reading these reviews, I felt like I need to write this to get some of these people to understand something... THIS IS A F&%KING PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, NOT A 2 WEEK VACATION!!! You go here to learn to cope with your mental issues and get your meds straight, not to have a nurse rub your back and hold your hand as you walk down the hallway. The reason why someone is here is because they said they were either homicidal, suicidal, experiencing manic symptoms, or all the above. The list of Boo-Hoo's: - the beds are tough, its dirty, food is no good: all characteristics irrelevant to a psychatric hospital. - Nurses are rude: yeah, they're not your friends, their NURSES -Group therapy is worthless: You get out what YOU put into it -They make you stay long: If you show no progress, then why the hell would they discharge you -I get my meds late: Late as in how YOU see it, or how the doctor prescribed it?? It's a tough world out there, people. Maybe this does need to be explained to you. How many of these people who posted comments have been regularly admitted into psychiatric hospitals?? If many of them have NOT, then guess what, I guess CBH worked out after all.

I AM No One, 2 years ago

My father has been a patient at CBH 2x both times saved his life. To this day he still talks about what good food they had 😂. My mother went to visit him often which lead to her becoming a nurse there. I’m really surprised by these reviews. My mother stays late just to take the time to talk with her patients. She comes home and advocated for them. She is constantly collecting books and clothes for the homeless that come in with hospital gowns and nothing else. She shares all her goodness and love with her patients. Even after often being spit on cleaning urine and feces off the floors and walls or herself as some patients do throw these things. She is called fowl and ugly things by patients demanding to be over medicated and most patients refuse most of the treatment. They stay in their room refuse medication groups even seeing doctors. It is clear people that leave positive reviews came in for help took it and left for the better. Every institution has horrible reviews. People rarely take the time to mention positives but will always force the negative. Hoping to become a nurse someday myself I would like to say any nurse that delivers medications hours late or not at all has their license on the line. Believe me. Nobody works so hard to become a nurse to just blow off their duty like so many people say on these reviews. It makes me sick to think these people are saying these things about nurses which could include my mom. With psychology as a minor study of mine I am comfortable saying take these reviews with a grain of salt. Most Psych patients are there to avoid jail or homelessness. This is not a medical hospital. It’s behavioral Health. People are brought in sick psychotic delusional needing serious mental intervention. Of course people signed into an institution by family or police are not going to be happy. None of these reviews mention the staff works sometimes 15 hour shifts to make sure everything and everybody is taken care of. They work through brakes never sit eat or go to the bathroom during a shift because of the demand mental health patients have. They miss family occasions and holidays to take care of their patients. Mental health staff is like no other profession on the earth it takes a special kind of person to be abused by patients everyday and still come back everyday And try to be the change in someone’s life. It’d be nice tif we could ask these people why they were there. And how many times have they been institutionalized in hospitals or jails. If you need help get it. If you are forced maybe you should look at the reasons why. CBH from what I have seen is full of good staff and has positive outcomes.

Wolf Lover93862, 2 years ago

Maryville honors Our Lady every day in prayer and service to those in need.

John Belmonte, 3 years ago

I've had to stay on this hospital twice, the first time could've been better, but the second time was very calming. I had no issues whatsoever and my staying here was surprisingly pleasant. At points it didn't feel so forced and made the staying very good. Everyone was so polite and nice

Belen GD, 3 years ago

jolyn cerda, 4 years ago

Carmen Vazquez, 4 years ago

Francis Vivaldo, 5 years ago

Excellent Sightseeing

Jose A Villafan Granados, 7 years ago


Situated in Des Plaines, Illinois, Maryville Academy has treatment options for those who are seeking help for drug and alcohol addiction.

Addiction is a progressive disease of the mind that will continue to get worse with time if it goes untreated. It will continue to worsen without the help of a recovery program. It’s important that those who are addicted to drugs and alcohol seek the help of Maryville Academy in order to regain the life that has become lost to addiction.

Through a thorough patient evaluation, addicts who attend treatment at Maryville Academy can get a personalized treatment plan made. The assessment is intended to depict the severity of the addiction as well as to learn more about the individual themselves. This way, a comprehensive treatment program can be put in place in order to reap the desired result; that being long-lasting abstinence from drugs and alcohol.

Throughout the patient’s time in treatment at Maryville Academy, the addict will learn new vital coping mechanisms and trigger management skills. These will help the addict adapt to a new life that is free of substance abuse when they reenter society. Since many addicts relapse, it is inherently important that they avoid certain settings or social circles that will pressure them to use.

At Maryville Academy, we believe that all addicts have the courage within to overcome their drug and alcohol addiction. Through the constant support of counselors and professional advisors working with addict’s daily, recovery is possible. Despite how long one has been an addict for, recovery is still absolutely attainable. Treatment is not a one-size-fits-all approach and at Maryville Academy, treating each patient with individuality is of utmost importance.

Breaking the vicious cycle of addiction is tough, but with professional counselors and effective treatment options in place, sobriety is closer than it seems. Get in touch with Maryville Academy today at www.Maryvilleacademy.Org to learn more about how recovery can help pave a new life path. When the final level of sustained sobriety is reached, a feeling of contentment will ensue and this is something to be extremely proud of.

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