- Milieu Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Family Groups
Omegon Residential Treatment Center
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is not Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Omegon Residential Treatment Center is a nonprofit, co-educational, dual-diagnosis facility which offers specialized treatment services for male and female adolescents, ages 12 to 17, who are experiencing serious emotional, social and/or behavioral disorders, combined with the abuse/dependency on mood-altering chemicals.
Omegon Residential Treatment Center 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
This is THE most unprofessional treatment center i have ever encountered. The clients were allowed to get away with threats and lying, and most of the staff were highly unprofessional. I am honestly s...
This place is trash
My son made really good progress while he was at Omegon. It's not a perfect place, but no place is perfect. We had to do some really hard work together as family, but the work did pay off. I felt the ...
My child has successfully discharged from Omegon after several months of very hard work. The staff at Omegon are knowledgeable, caring, and very good at applying specific techniques that are molded to...
Omegon was a place that not only helped me recover but also taught me the skills that I needed to cope with what I am going through. I have relapsed since leaving but Omegon is not at fault. Since my ...
My son was here for a little over 2 months. I would not recommend this place if you want your child to get help. The place is gross and run down. They like to target kids and favor certain ones. Commu...
This place is BAD!! Do not send your child there! They are inexperienced...They gave my child the wrong diagnosis. Please if you want your child to succeed in treatment send them somewhere else!!
Heck no.. Do not go! The inside is so run down and cruddyy... I advise against this one, especailly when there are so many better options. To one staff member in particular, I advise against you putti...
I went here when I was 16 in 2014 and I was there for almost 6 months for using opiates twice and getting drunk once. Not much help considering I used meth for 3 months after I got pulled out by my in...
I was employed here briefly. I wouldn\'t recommend taking a job with the facility. The training isn\'t helpful and by the time you are on your own you still have a million questions about how to do th...
My son was here when he was 17. It was the biggest mistake we ever made. Parents, please listen to your kids.. did very little to nothing in the way of education. I would NOT recommend this place f...
Omegon has taught me how to live. I am so thankful for all of the amazing staff and how much time that was given to me. I know that I am now a much better person and it is because of I went to Omegon.
the therapists care more about why you should be kept there instead of you and your problems. If you\'re a parent or social worker looking at this place please read these reviews and believe every par...
this place is bad and sexist. they made me feel second best and didnt care about myt emotions. every time i found a coping skill that worked they would staff discretion and take it away from me. this ...
I went there when I was a teenager.. and I thought it was terrible... they never did anything about others lying to get their way.. they treat some different then others.. they play favorites and you ...
I have been at Omegon as a patient. My main complaint is the lack of team cooperation. It is my belief that, not only the patients are treated well, but also the employees. The \"facility supervisor\"...
My son was at Omegon for almost two years by court order due to truancy. ... The family therapist left Omegon without letting us know he was ending our counseling. ... Omegon never did anything to hel...
My nephew is still using after 6 months of treatment .
It saved my life! Although I did have a relapse a year after receiving treatment, I did receive the proper tools and information. Overall, I was satisfied with my experience with this facility. This...
My son was made to sleep in the halls. It's an adolescent program. Overpriced.
- 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.
- Aftercare Support
Addiction recovery does not end with discharge after completing a rehab program. Facilities that offer aftercare planning and/or support work with patients to ensure sustainable recovery by helping to plan and make arrangements for transitional or sober living, help with housing, vocational counseling, etc.
This Center is Known For...
- No Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- No 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
- Average Location/Amenities
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