Worked at The Woods at ParksideAttended Petrus Ky HS & Thoai Ngoc Hau HS. Lives in Worthington Ohio USA.
The Woods at Parkside
Paying for Treatment
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Here at The Woods of Parkside problems with chemical dependency, alcohol abuse, mood disorders and mental diseases are treated successfully. Our priorities and goals are focused on solving problems for our clients, dissipating the root of the problem, and making a difference.
The Woods at Parkside 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 place saved my life!! my first time in Treatment and the therapeutic care I received was amazing; I had an opportunity to learn about ME and addiction. My counselor was amazing, the staff was lov...
It was good.
Horrible experience. Filthy dirty and AWFUL beds. I was told \"we don\'t want to make you comfortable because we don\'t want to see you back\" very negative counseling. Overall it was awful and I went...
If you are thinking of sending a loved one or going your self to get help...STAY AWAY! I am not joking or upset. I have been to many rehab places and this place is a joke! Not only was it very dirty t...
Avoid parkside, this is from a caregiver not an addicts perspective, they turn over staff so quickly, my brother has been there 2 weeks and they completely changed staff to times. stability is key a...
Your program is not what a drug addict needs. Abstinence works well for alcoholics. It DOES NOT WORK FOR HEROINE ADDICTION. I believe if you were a Suboxan based program he would have benefited from...
hope and patience kindness, I enjoyed it there they focused on me
I was able to stay in contact with my loved one and his counselor. It was disorganized at times. My loved one was successfully completely his treatment plan but still using, which falls on him and not...
Awful experience. After contacting facility about treatment I had to wait 5 days \"for a bed\". Upon arrival I was assessed an hour wait and then spent 8 hours in the waiting room. I\'m sure they were...
Total chaos and confusion. Day to day staff had no management. High level administration seems to be non-existent.
If you care for your loved ones well-being and fighting their addiction please please consider going else where. From my wife\'s experience the place is a dump on the inside. I really wish I would hav...
I am going to tell of my experience from check in to check out: Bed quickly became available, with-in 24 hours. My check in went smoothly and I was made to feel very comfortable by a woman staff membe...
This is NOT a 30 day program! Several clients sent home after 1015days, told last minute , less than 24 hrs, and no reasoning other than the were not a risk to self or others. Honestly, to fill more ...
meetins, support groups. Needed better holistic offerings.
she went back to drugs
I hold the insurance policy. Paid what insurance did not.
Strengths included: Tough counselors, 12 step focus. TA's had compassion. However, Should have separate recreation facility's by age. Parkside must be doing something right, I have 3 years, 8 months ...
It was an alright facility.
Great staff, very clean and comfortable. This was a great facility. However, there were not many activities to do outside of groups.
Staff formed unethical relationships with client. Female client's work with sexual abuse issues with male counselors. Bedbug problem ignored. No real treatment goes on.
I spent time at park side mid December 2014. I choose to do my recovery there because....we were told I would get one on one counseling and could talk to a therapist whenever I needed and I would get ...
The facility was old and run down. My counselor, who is no longer there, had very bad boundaries and did not respect the patient/counselor relationship.
My experience with Parkside was horrible. It helped the first few days while I was actually detoxing from heroin and the nursing staff was excellent. Outside of that, I received a very poor plan of tr...
When I was trying to determine which facility to enter, I spoke with staff from Parkside who advised that despite I had been in a major car accident and was wearing multiple casts and was in a wheelch...
Staff changes often in these places.
Was eye opening
Good program but there are no physciatrist available
It wasn't a nice hotel but it wasn't a dump. The facility was always full and the counselors seemed overloaded in terms of cases. The majority of employees seemed to genuinely care and many were reco...
- Medical Detoxification
The medically managed detoxification unit is staffed twenty-four hours a day by registered nurses, who specialize in the treatment of substance abuse and mental disorders. Physicians see clients every day and are continuously available to the unit. Parkside is on the cutting edge of new treatment modalities and is one of the few facilities in the country using Buprenorphine to treat withdrawal symptoms and stabilize clients suffering from opioid dependency.
- Residential Services
Individuals in this program reside at Parkside while undergoing treatment. Nurses and physicians are available twenty-four hours a day to monitor for ongoing symptoms of withdrawal. Clients become actively involved in the educational, individual and group activities that form the core of our treatment program.
Dr. Harry Nguyen - Medical Director
This Center is Known For...
- Board Certified Psychiatrist
- Certified Nurse Specialist in Addiction & Psychiatry
- Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors
- Yes Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- No Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- Yes Sober Living Home
- No Day School
- Yes Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
Licensing & Memberships
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