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If it wasn't for Carrier Clinic, I would not be here today. It is up to the individual to make the changes in his/her life, the clinic provides the medication and therapy to go along with that. Very pleased with my results.
Brian Giordano, 11 months ago
My treatment at Carrier Clinic was very good but you need to keep in mind that you get out of the program what you are willing to invest - granted some patients are only there for the ‘free’ medication & a place to sleep/eat while they detox, but most patients are seeking help & guidance. Don’t expect to spend 3-5 days there and walk out cured - the staff at Carrier Clinic provides the resources & direction to help you on the path to wellness.
Mike W, 12 months ago
I gained 60 pounds, buy it's okay I lost it all after 2 years
Lure, 1 year ago
I was admitted to Carrier three times between October 3rd and February 2nd. The reviews here are ridiculous. Carrier helped me a lot. My admissions were all because of suicidal ideations/attempts. My first admission to the hospital, I was admitted into APA (adult psychiatrics and addictions). The nurses and technicians there were friendly, but didn't really interact. APA was very laid back; the staff didn't necessarily make patients follow all of the rules. The one bad thing I do have to say is that my psychiatrist, Dr. Verret, was awful. He laughed at me when I told him why I was suicidal, and all he cared about was increasing my meds. He didn't even know what med he was giving me; I was prescribed Effexor. He told me that it's good for both depression and anxiety. I later found out that it actually negatively affects anxiety. A week into my stay, an incident occurred where I had to be transferred to a more intensive unit, ACU (acute care unit). I loved the staff there. They were all very friendly, and even though I'm transgender, they very rarely made mistakes on my name and pronouns. About a week later, I was discharged, even though I told my social worker that I wasn't going to be safe at home, and I had been self harming inside of the hospital, which was very unprofessional, I will admit. I came back two days later, and I was placed in GAU (general adult unit) and I honestly hated it. It felt like a prison. You had to share bathrooms and showers with the other patients, and they were located in the hallway. There was no entertainment except for the TV. One good experience I had in this unit, though, was that one of the nurses, Yelena, put me on one-to-one (constant surveillance) when I told her that I was struggling to keep myself safe in that environment. I told my psychiatrist, Dr. Naem, that I needed to transfer back to ACU, and she made it happen around a week after I was admitted. I was struggling a lot during my time in ACU. I couldn't get better, and I continued to have suicidal ideations and urges to self harm. There were three nurses who I could really count on to help me through those times; Olivia (Liv), Celeste McKenna, and Sarah Reardon. They were all able to talk me out of that headspace, at least temporarily. I was in ACU for around two months before my social worker decided to send me to Essex County hospital, without first informing my psychiatrist, which again, was very unprofessional. I was getting better at the time, too, but I was sent off anyways. The last time I was admitted, I was admitted onto ACU again. This time, I really actually wanted to get better and I wanted to help myself, so I did. I stayed for about two weeks, and since then, I have been way better mentally than I have been in a long time. Overall, yes, I would recommend Carrier Clinic to someone in need of help. It may not be the best hospital to go to, but it definitely hoped me, and I was in a very hopeless situation.
Ian Zernell, 1 year ago
This place is unique in a sense that it allows its clients ground privileges, smoke breaks and horticulture therapy. Living quarter are airy and spacious unlike dungeons you see in other places. Other that that it is a behavioral hospital and should be treated as such.
Yuri Kiev, 1 year ago
Stayed for four days in the adolescent unit. Exterior lovely, interior a bit dumpy but who cares? Didn't get on medication but I had a decent experience getting away from my life and calming down from suicidal urges. The observing staff/mental health technicians ('techs') are kind and funny, and make good conversation. There is one nurse per wing, some are nice, some listen well, and some seem so busy with everything that they never get to you. There is one medical doctor for EVERYONE. The psychiatrists are pretty good at listening and understanding. If you're losing your shit then you have to go to the quiet area, a single room. So don't lose your shit, be calm. Groups are held 3-4 times a day. You can choose to leave if it bores you but there are enjoyable ones like art and music making, and there are also ones about coping skills. There is a lot of down time, bring books. They have a library. You cannot be called or visited by anyone that aren't your parents, which is messed up. The fellow patients are nice and made the experience tolerable, along with the techs.
c s, 2 years ago
252 County Route 601, Belle Mead, New Jersey 08502
Carrier Clinic located in picturesque Belle Mead, New Jersey may offer the treatment necessary for a successful recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
The main goal of a treatment facility is to help addicts overcome their reliance on addictive substances so that they can lead a life that is drug and alcohol-free. Compassionate and caring staff members at rehabilitation facilities can provide addicts the courage and guidance needed in order to overcome addiction.
When addicts attend a treatment facility, there will be various treatment techniques used in order to rid the substance of abuse out of the individual. Treatment can last anywhere from 30-days to 90-days depending on the severity of the addiction.
At Carrier Clinic, patients will go through intense addiction treatment and will be accompanied by professional addiction counselors every step of the way. Recovery is always possible and when treatment is combined with proper guidance, support, and empathy, rebounding from drug and alcohol dependency is attainable.
Through providing patients with the tools and resources required in order to obtain long-lasting sobriety, addicts will feel more encouraged throughout the duration of recovery. The proven treatments are designed with the patient in mind and will always be tailored to the uniqueness of the addict. Every addiction is different, just like every addict is different, and at Carrier Clinic, unique recovery plans will better assist addicts in overcoming addiction.
Despite the strong hold that addiction has on an individual, everyone is capable of regaining control once again through the help of treatment. At Carrier Clinic, the betterment of the addict is a priority and those who attend treatment at Carrier Clinic will always be put first.
It’s never too late to seek treatment. Carrier Clinic works with many insurance companies as well, making payment options seamless and straightforward. An addiction counselor will be available to speak with patients about how to go about paying for treatment. Addiction will never get better over time. In fact, it is a progressive disease which means it will only get worse.
The time to get help is now. Contact Carrier Clinic at www.Blakerecoverycenter.Org today and find out how addiction treatment can help.