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Farnum North - Webster Place4.2 (8 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
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- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Webster Place Recovery Center takes a peer-based approach to addiction treatment. The substance abuse rehab offers a tight-knit community committed to recovery and dedicated to the notion that one alcoholic can help another like no other. Staff members at the facility are also in recovery, and able to provide unparalleled guidance and support to each and every resident. Webster Place offers a multi-faceted treatment approach that incorporates 12-Step principles with Health Realization and The Three Principle philosophy.
Farnum North - Webster Place Reviews and Ratings Details
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
- Structured Curriculum
Our days are filled with lectures, meetings, group discussions, positive seminars, and special presentations. Our goal is to teach you the tools you need to stay sober.
- Nutritional Program
Our meals are always plentiful and delicious. There are always wonderful aromas coming from our kitchen through out the day. Family style dining gives us time to get to know each other, and share our experience, strength, and hope.
Justice James Barry - Chair
Dr. Cheryl Wilkie, Psy.D., MLADC - Senior Vice President
Cheryl oversees Webster Place and the Concord and Manchester Farnum Center locations. She has extensive background in this field includes working with various populations including adult offenders in correctional facilities, pregnant and postpartum women, men and women with co-occurring disorders, and sexual and domestic abuse victims.
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