Located in Carmel, New York, Arms Acres offers a variety of addiction treatment options including Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction and accepts the following accepted insurances: Most Insurances. Drug and alcohol addiction is a very serious matter and the concept of addiction should never be taken lightly. At Arms Acres, their main goal is to treat those that struggle with chronic substance abuse through innovative treatment methods and high-quality care.
Promising a unique approach to addiction treatment through drug and alcohol abuse programs in Carmel, New York, Arms Acres places a strong emphasis on certain suggested treatment approaches that cater specifically to the unique needs of their patients.
Such treatment approaches that Arms Acres offers may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment services are available to 18+ and certain insurances are accepted, which include: Most Insurances. Get started on embarking upon your journey of recovery by contacting Arms Acres from their website at www.armsacres.com.
I was there for two weeks with a broken ankle mostly everyone was kind and caring, Robert plummer was my counselor the best. Teresa burdick the nurse practitioner was very nice and professional she stood on the phone for almost an hour trynna reach my doctor's to reschedule my appointment for when I get out, Frankie the nurse not nice I think her real name is frankcheska she was busy flirting with three other patients and I went to ask her if I can see a doctor she made a face like I was bothering her I guess it was cause I'm Latino. Anyways lexi, very nice, Harry super nice caring and professional, william very nice, all the food servers were nice and the guy that cleans and waxes the floor all of them were nice. The African American lady councilor on E-2 was very unprofessional and not true to her word and she Bragg's too much about her master's degree. I'm still clean till this day and I check in with my counselor Robert plummer thank you Bob. Ty guys. Ty Harry, ty lady from the little store she was super nice professional.
Admitted in March 6, 1998. Case worker was good, director was a hardass but saw no other way of delivering the message. Too much fraternizing between men and women but they came down hard. Tough guys around but it was no church retreat. Insurance only paid 2 weeks but it was an eye opener. Wentfto the 6 month reunion . One kid decided last hurrah before going to halfway house in Florida , it killed him. Rehabs don t fail people , it's the other way around . Today i celebrate 20 years sober . ONE DAY AT A TIME!!
I was a diabolical crackhead... I knew every thing...and been to arms acres 3 times prior to the most recent admission. The first 3 times i went for the wrong reasons and it sucked. The last time i went waa for the right reasons and i got all my questions answered. It was great!!!! I have been clean ever since!!! thank you arms acres!
handsoff best staff ever,motivational,respectful,clean,good food,very attentive,mademefeelwelcomeandcaredfor ,i will definitely suggest ppl this place...Godbless Those who serve other not for what thy will got out of the other but because at the end you'll be blessed threw heavenly father, medical detox was not easy but they sure catered to everyone's needs individually with the atmos privacy and respects the staff to the patients..i want to return the be a motivational speaker if they allow mwto love sophia
Finding good, reliable drug rehab for teens is hard, very hard. Arms Acres is fantastic. All the way from my initial call with Eric, to Amelia, to Nurse Peggy, all the intake staff, Ellen D... and special shout out to the lovely woman who helped talk my son down after 5 hours in the waiting room (insurance issue, no fault of arms Acres)I know there are more of you to thank but I don't have all your names. Everyone is so dedicated and caring. Daily phone calls from staff, super-fast return calls if I left a message, good contact with my child, and supportive family training. The negatives I heard from my son are that the rooms are cold at night, and that there are minor fights in the cafeteria every day. We only got 7 days there, but again that was the insurance company's decision. Would definitely send him back if/when needed.
Best place my son went took away more in 12 days than he took from months an minths at seafield