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Seafield Center

7 Seafield Lane, Westhampton Beach, New York, 11978
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  • 3.9
    Avg. score from 37 reviews
  • 3.9
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  • 3.7
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  • 4.1
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Bobby ball buster
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This place is a racketeer it’s all about money the staff packed me up when I was leaving because I wasn’t getting the meds I needed and half my clothes were missing and it was done on purpose cuz only my newest clothes stood behind I don’t recommend this place to no one how professional is that
Stephen
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Recently my Son reached out to me regarding a drug addiction facility. We were impressed with Seafield and decided to move forward. After going through the interview process my Son was transported to Seafield yesterday. Upon arriving and unpacking his belongings they noticed a Cpap machine that is used for sleep apnea. He was told that they are not permitted at the facility and he would have to leave ?? During one of his interviews he asked if he could bring the machine and was told he could. I understand that somewhere along the line there was some miscommunication. It happens. What I don't understand is how you can send him packing without any guidance or advise on where or who he could turn to for help. Where is the Support. He left with nothing ?? He came to Seafield for help, not to be embarrassed. This morning I was able to contact a few other rehab facilities. None of them had an issue with his machine. All I can say is I'm extremely disappointed and expected more from your facility. I am shocked that he went for help and he left the facility with no guidance whatsoever ??
Vicki
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I have struggled with relapses over the years and so have been to seafield three times, and I recommend it to anyone in need. The food is great as institution food goes. The staff are efficient, knowledgeable and caring. One issue is that lectures get repetitive, but the idea is that you are kept busy since new recovery is most effective with strict structure in place. There are millions of things people complain about at seafield, and on these reviews, however you get from the program exactly what you put in. Ive seen patients say staff treated them rudely or unfairly, however, in my experience that usually was because that patient was rude first, and demanding as addicts usually are. The staff know exacyly how to address addicts, which means they give respect if you give it to them. Girls complained about drama and gossip and fought over men who were sending multiple women notes. Magically, I never was involved in or bothered by any of these issues, since I stayed in my lane and focused on recovery, not making friends or finding a boyfriend. My advice is to do the same and you will have an excellent experience here. You’re very luck they don’t make you do daily chores other than make your bed, as other rehabs have patients do things like cleaning toilets, etc. They also pay a fine so that patients are allowed to smoke outside, since they believe you’re going through enough giving up other drugs.
Eileen Delgaudio
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Do you have beds available?
Alexis
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I can’t really compare my experience to anywhere else being it was my first experience in rehab. Treatment gets 3 stars because honestly i wasn’t ready to be serious. When my assigned counselor realized that tho, she automatically gave up on me and called me “a waste of a bed.” My 8.5 month old, who i never spent a day away from, got terribly sick and i had to beg for phone privileges on days that weren’t my phone days to check on her. No empathy at all. I ended up leaving ama bc i wasn’t able to contact her as much as any first time mother of a sick infant would’ve liked to. I just couldn’t concentrate on the program knowing she was sick and i wasn’t there. A lot of the staff are pretty cold. Not strict. Just cold. Very nice and clean place. They let u smoke. And meals were pretty good honestly. If ur distracted or not serious enough, just leave. Cuz they won’t give a flying fck about u or ur sobriety