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Red Rock Behavioral Health Services - Jordan's Crossing

301 W Interstate 240 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73139

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Strengths: A few exceptional counselors...no longer work there! Weaknesses:No exercise/yoga/meditation Participants allowed to do whatever with notation Disciplined by visit removal 12 step meetings are self directed therefore focusing more on problem rather than solution You get out of it What you put into it. I think less is more. Too many participants, too many children coming on day 1 with Mom. Now DMH has it turned into a 6-9 month long cattle shute! I liked it better before when DMH allowed counselors to be healers and listeners rather than typists and disciplinarians

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Strengths: Very structured, they kept us busy all day & evenings with groups. Meals were healthy & tasted good. Junk food was a rare treat & only small servings. I struggled a lot not having chocolate or candy but they did it to help us get healthy and not gain a ton of weight. Weaknesses: Family/loved ones are not welcome to participate in our recovery. Visits & phonecalls are so limited I felt isolated and depressed not having contact with anyone on the outside, especially my 4 year old daughter. I have bipolar I disorder and no one seemed to understand that after 6 days of no meds (they threw them away), why I was so unstable. I was sent to a crisis stabilization unit 15 miles away for 7 days to get my meds back & wind-down from mania. They give no meds/relief for withdrawals, no nicotine patches or gum. Its rough. I believe what Jordan's Crossing has to offer is valuable and a person can be successful there in recovery. They focus on healthy lifestyle, taking responsibility, no whining, self-sufficiency. If you need much empathy, or struggle with tightly structured settings/schedules, or have a significant mental health issue, this may not be the right fit. I was unhappy there but I saw women who had been there 30-60 days who spoke highly of the program and stated it saved their life. It is not a bad place and if you work their program I believe you CAN recover and feel good about it when you leave.