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By: Amanda M.
Active Learning Center
My original post was far too long and contained too many characters to post so i will keep this one short and well....Not so sweet! My child is currently 17 months old and has attended this facility since i returned to work from maternity leave. Over this duration, i have become very displeased. In a nutshell, there is a MAJOR LACK OF COMMUNICATION HERE! This facility failed accurately and efficiently notify parents of outbreaks when occurring. They are very quick to send an update notifying you of a tuition increase, however they choose not to accurately notify you of an outbreak of a communicable disease. While i COMPLETELY understand that children are more prone to illnesses while in an environment filled with other children, I DO NOT understand why the facility would allow children to return here after 24 hours when the doctor CLEARLY states that they are contagious for 5 to 7 days. I need childcare in order to be able to work , just like the next person, however at the end of my day the health and well being of my child and the others is priority on my list. My child seemed to constantly be sick while here. I paid tuition on a regular basis for days and this last incident for a complete week for days that she wasn't even in attendance due to an illness that she contracted while there. One in which was related to an outbreak that they FAILED to notify parents of. This is not acceptable. Nor is their policy and protocol as it relates to communicable illness as it is not in compliance with the Center for Disease control. I also had major issues with the daily reports being filled out incorrectly. there have been NUMEROUS occasions where i would arrive to pick her up early only to find that the sheet was already completed for times that haven't even approached yet.The faculty also failed to report incidents in a timely manner. Long story short, if you are considering utilizing this facility for your child, I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND giving it some further thought!
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By: Mike Q.
Buffalo Valley Inc
This has got to be the most unprofessional place I have ever seen! Total chaos is all I can say. Some of the staff worked so hard to make up for the total ineptness of the management they had little time for patient care. The ones that truly care are overburdened with putting out the fires started by the idiots they work with its a wonder they survive. Patients are yelled at...made to perform "work therapy" in order to be taken outside to smoke. Work therapy such as cleaning bathrooms...mopping floors....clleaning doors...making and remaking beds to precision! Unbelievably insane. People detoxing...sick..on detox meds ect...detox somewhere else before you go to their program!!! And check on their programs before ya commit. If all of their facilities are run like this....I would run far a run fast!
By: Casey O.
Buffalo Valley Inc
I was there trying to get help. Everything they done on the phone interview about my health was not on any of my paperwork. I told them I couldn't take the Suboxone but that's all they could give. They are very mean to people there trying to get help. They don't inform you that your family can call & leave messages & you can give them 1 back. They didn't write down my health issues on the phone interview such as the tumor on my lung. That I also have something going on with my heart. They would wake you up at 6:00am when a class didn't start till 8. They woke you up by screaming at us. The 26 hours i was there 5 women left cause the way they were treated. They let me throw up & use the restroom on myself and wouldn't call anyone to see about getting me medicine changed. My wisdom tooth broke & they would only give me 400mgs of ibuprofen 4 hours later 2 Tylenol then 4 hours later 1 Aleve & said I couldn't have anything else for 12 hours. There is only 1 licensed therapist there,who when I tried to talk to her was eating her lunch instead of asking me to come back she was talking with her mouth full which made me feel even more sick. Very unprofessional very unpleasant. We're there to better ourselves asking and begging for help. It's ridiculous how they treat people there. I recommend you go anywhere but there. All they want is to get you in there 30 day program that I wanted to go to. But I needed to get medical treatment for my wisdom tooth that broke. They said they wouldn't help me that I had to sign out against there advice but couldn't give me the antibiotics I needed. Go anywhere but there if you want helpful people that care
By: Brittany A.
Buffalo Valley Inc
I checked myself into this facility because I was told they could help me. I left after one day because most of the staff were so rude and disrespectful to the patients and one man in particular just yelled at us the whole time he was there at night. Was like a boot camp instead of a medical detox facility. When I was leaving I decided to wait outside and asked for my antidepressants I brought with me, and this man made me leave the property. I was in a city an hour and a half away from home with two large bags and had to walk across the street to wait for my ride. Sorriest place I've ever heard of bc I had never been to any sort of treatment before and thought they were supposed to help me not treat me like a criminal.
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By: Jamie M.
Rhythm & Rhymes Too
I do not recommend this daycare!!!! My almost 3 year old daughter has a fractured arm from being in their care. They waited an hour before calling me! They won't give me details on what really happened! The kids all run wild in there and the teachers are always doing something else! I had to pick her up 2 days ago because she was screaming and crying in pain for an hour and was still crying when I got there! No one will tell me what really happened. She is in a splint and has to have a cast put on In 2 days. I DO NOT recommend sending your child here.
By: Willy P.
Bambini Montessori
I have been very pleased and often surprised by the academic progress my daughter has made at Bambini Montessori.
By: Chris C.
We love the Green Hills YMCA. The staff are all very friendly, especially the child care which our kids really like. There is almost always plenty of equipment available even during the busy periods.
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By: Mrs. A.
I love the Downtown YMCA. They have it all: great childcare for kids 6 weeks to 6 years old, awesome classes, a great track and onsite physical therapy. Oh, and did I forget to mention the rooftop pool?
By: Sarah C.
This is a great YMCA. They have plenty of fitness machines with no waits even during peak times. We've also been very pleased with their childcare facilities and staff.
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By: Uma nicole T.
American Child Care
When my daughter was care for there she was always happy and in a good mood. She loved to share with me the colors, shapes, numbers, and art work she done.
Tips & Advices
If you don't have insurance, you may be able to find outpatient programs like Narcotics Anonymous that offer counseling and meetings for patients at no cost.
Some facilities accept health insurance like United Healthcare, BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, Humana and Medicaid. Many carriers support in-state assessment, detox and outpatient treatment. Some also partially cover residential or inpatient treatment. Because drug addiction is considered a disease, major health insurance providers must treat it like any other chronic condition that requires medical treatment. Be sure to inquire about co-pays and deductibles so you don't receive a surprise bill months after you start a program.
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Yes. Attending a program that is specific to your drug of choice will make your treatment much more likely to be impactful and successful.  Some provide certain users with medications like Valium and Xanax to counteract symptoms of distress associated with alcohol or drug withdrawals. You may not want to attend such programs if you fear that you may instead become addicted to these substances.
Yes. A physician can determine how severe your addiction is, which will help you decide if you want to try inpatient or outpatient treatment. He or she can also consider any withstanding health issues such as psychiatric conditions that should be factored into your decision. Next, check out facilities and programs that offer treatment for the substances that you abuse.

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