- Aftercare Planning
- Family Support
- Expressive Therapy
High Point Treatment Center - Plymouth Campus
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is Accepted
Patients receive treatment for their addiction and/or mental health issues in a peaceful setting. Services include Inpatient Psychiatric Unit, Dual Diagnosis Unit, Detoxification Unit, and Clinical Stabilization Services at the Pathway Inn and Recovery Inn. Outpatient Services are also available at this site. Individualized care is provided by an interdisciplinary treatment team of professionals, including psychiatrists, physicians, registered nurses, registered practical nurses, licensed social workers, and licensed mental health and substance abuse clinicians.
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
One of my relatives was a patient at the Plymouth facility for alcoholism. When my relative was released after under 1 week I couldn\'t believe that short of a time. They released my relative not in ...
Ive been trying to get into Plymouth detox for 2 weeks now calling everyday faithfully every 45 mins, somehow my name was never logged in the computer on the waiting list. Theyve overlooked me for wha...
I\'m an addict that was looking for treatment and found myself at Hipoint . I checked in on a Tuesday afternoon and was pretty much thrown out on the streets by that same Thursday . just to be clear I...
more transistioal for people that are homeless or need more time to recover
They are very quick to get someone in need into the program. Not enough after care or step down programs, after detoxing my son was right back on the streets even after I begged his case manager to he...
Detox was amazing, Then over in CSS was like graduating. They found me longterm treatment quickly. However, rooms were not very clean and Dual diagnosis patients were mixed in instead of being two doo...
Well trained staff is helpful and communicative with family. Group therapy was helpful. Former patient mentors. Some of the amenities were a little sparse. High Point's staff cared about their patient...
Very helpful. Great Staff.
Strengths: Good structure. Good people. They keep your mind occupied. Weaknesses: Food. Could be more books. It saved my life. I am happy to be clean and sober and happy that the people in the facilit...
Counseling was a strength of the facility. Maintain building was a weakness of the facility. Helpful.
Cleanliness staff is helpful welcoming explains offers programs others don't. It's just wondeful staff was great works with all family to explain what will happen when done ect ect great staff.
They were constantly cleaning, almost everyone there treated You respectfully. I had a Dr and he was very rude, condescending and treated me like a junkie. It was my first time in a rehab and he trea...
They have me proper medication to detox. There was at least one person who seemed to really do everything he could to help. He was also in recovery. Very inspirational. It was a new building so pretty...
Location was a strength. Didn't work for my family member.
My daughter went there seeking help desperately. My daughter begged to be sent to the step down program after the 5 day detox and was told sorry No beds. She asked to be placed in a different affiliat...
No strengths exist; they would not let the family be involved at that time (2007) and after 5 days they just let you walk out the door. Do not treat patients well-- no family based therapy.
Support from the nurses was excellent, routine and guidelines were followed as promised in intake. However, it was dirty, ... no family visitation, and some groups were ridiculous and off topic. In my...
Overall, they offer above average care to patients. However, the program should be long; time is of the essence with addiction so the longer the program lasts the better for the patient and their sob...
The counselors were great...
They stress aftercare, which was nice. However, it was hard to talk to a counselor because they are short staffed and they ignored my medical attention
Highpoint needs to reformat their "treatment" of addicts. It is not supposed to be a process center. Highpoint is a revolving door for drug addicts to come and go through state funding to keep these ...
It's a decent place. The food was good and you could eat pretty much whenever you wanted. But I felt it was too short of a detox and the meds didn't help. There were good groups, they were very positi...
They let me rest when I needed to and they helped me get back on the meds I needed. They have many great groups.
They have a strict 12- step solution that is wonderful. However, they need more time for an addicted person to get back. I would recommend it as far as rehabs go!
The staff was very initiative to each patient and the counselors we there daily which was nice and a lot of structure. There was support, in house meeting and multiple levels to meet each need. Howeve...
The staff nurses were wonderful; however, there were not enough beds.
Not a very nice place. Was very run down.
Too many people. It only kept me away from drinking
went somewhere else since relapsed 2 days after I left.
Good place to recover
Outpatient treatment describes all addiction treatment that is not residential. Patients live at home while undergoing rehab.
- Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.
This Center is Known For...
- Yes Detox Services
- Yes Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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