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12/28/2015
By: Danielle C.
Recovery Complete Professional
Horrible Customer service!! The owner Ronnie, has no tact and their policy of not wanting to send out receipts of payment is ridiculous. The program to send receipts via email or text is practically free, do not belittle people that owe $51 for a medical bill and tell them that because it is a "debt" that they don't deserve a receipt. Classless!!
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08/28/2015
By: Jeff M.
Center for Change
All in all, Center For Change treats patients with respect and compassion. My experience has been, if you color with in the lines, everything goes smoothly. If you deviate even a fraction, then you will have problems. As an addict I was manipulative, dishonest and always looking for the easy way out. I doubt I am different than 95% of the other folks being treated. Patients have to prove they are trustworthy. The clinic is going to be on guard until you have proven you are serious about trestment. Which means you follow all rules and procedures to the letter. No exceptions. So if you had problems, I suggest you look in the mirror. It is too easy and a abut to blame others first.
08/13/2015
By: madison.aronis
Center for Change
Wrong information. FORCED methadone after being told its more dangerous than suboxone (which is why i went in) i take anxiety medicine so they take and quite down your meds, again, one of my an anxiety medicine, and they will not allow me suboxone. Again, which is more Dangerous to me, which they stated...... I not giving up on it yet but im not impressed so far. Compassion levels are 0 is you're high high anxiety. Of course im emotional, life changing... but we'll see.
12/30/2014
By: Ima T.
Arrowhead West Central Division
Stopped in alley to rearrange Christmas presents in truck bed; guy comes out; I say 'hi', he turns and goes back in. No response. Gal comes out; I say 'hi'; she turns and goes back in. No response. I figure; ok, some dumpy shop in old shopping center. BFD. Gal comes back out; wants to know what I am doing; I'm moving some gifts around. She tells me I am trespassing and need to leave. Uh, ok. Um; post some "NO TRESPASSING" signs, or some "PRIVATE PROPERTY" signs. Leaving, I notice it is a charity. Yah, good luck with the 'charity'; especially during the Christmas season.Well; that is my exposure to "Arrowhead".I'm going to say it 1) looks like a dump out front, and the back looks like part of the dog pound which used to be about 50' to the rear of the current location. 2) Alcoholics Anonymous is about 100' away. Maybe the folk that work there were being friendly, or considering of others. #not. 3) oh hai, this is private property. PUT UP A SIGN, MMMMKAY?There are dozens of similar charities in Wichita; many of which are based in Wichita as compared to Dodge City. Nothing against Dodge; but keeping the $$$ local is money kept local. Yes.Please, thank you, how are you, ... all these nice ways to communicate. 100% missing. From a charity. That works with autistics.Fail.
05/25/2013
By: carlo.brogdon
Center for Change
this place is very helpful if you're serious about changing your life
Tips & Advices
  • Talk about specific consequences of their drinking.
  • Choose a time soon after the person experiences a drinking-related problem (missing a shift at work, for example).
  • Do not threaten, guilt, lecture, preach, or use negative labels.
  • Do not try to discuss alcoholism when the person is intoxicated.
Therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists who specialize in the condition can all diagnose and treat alcoholism. People with alcohol-related concerns can also consult their general practitioner, who will refer them to a specialist.
Detoxification is a medically supervised period of alcohol withdrawal to allow the body to purge itself. A doctor or treatment specialist closely monitors a patient to ensure the symptoms of withdrawal do not cause harm. Side effects of alcohol detoxification include:
  • Sweating
  • Vomiting
  • Elevated heart rate
  • High blood pressure
  • Tremors
  • Nausea
  • Sleep issues
  • Paranoia or anxiety
  • Hallucinations
  • Seizures
The cost of addiction treatment varies depending on the type of facility, amenities offered, treatment provided, and size and length of the program. Detoxification ranges from $1,000 to $15,000. Inpatient facilities cost anywhere from $6,000 to $30,000 for a 30-day program and include detoxing. Outpatient programs can cost $500 per session.
Outpatient alcoholism treatment is a part-time form of rehabilitation. Patients continue their normal lives during the day and return to the treatment facility several times per week. Outpatient treatment is generally cheaper than inpatient and can be helpful for people with less severe addictions. Inpatient treatment programs require patients to stay at the facility 24/7 until the completion of the program. They provide a highly controlled environment for patients to overcome their addictions without the distractions or temptations of everyday life. These clinics provide round-the-clock medical care and often include hours of group and personal therapy. Inpatient programs are beneficial for people with severe addictions or those who have overdosed.

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