I have been to Recovery Works in Etown twice now. I have so much respect and love for all of the staff. Upon arrival i was told my experience and what i got from it is on me. If u sit around focusing solely on the fact that u dont wanna be there or complaining about the fact that ur not getting ur way then ur time there will be wasted. I left early my first time. Simply because i didnt like not being in control, having to learn structure, or being disciplined for my actions. My second time was completely opposite. I participated, followed the rules, paid attention, and actually put forth an effort. I showed the staff respect, tried to be helpful, opened up, made friends, and stopped looking at the facilities little imperfections. I left with so much more knowledge, understanding, and tools to help me on my journey. The food was good and u were never left hungry. The nurses were always helpful, kind, and supportive. The RA\'s were incredible and really tried to show u they not only understood but cared. The counselors, especially mine, was amazing. I am now 1 year 4 months and 14 days sober thanks to everything i learned from this facility and the ppl that work there. I am still contacted by certain staff members, checked up on, made aware that im not alone, that im loved, and that they care. The friendships i made are with the best ppl ever and are still going strong. I am grateful for everything i received here. God forbid i ever need to return, but if i did i wouldnt wanna go anywhere else. U get what u give ppl. Ur only gonna get something out of the program if u put something into it. Thats with any facility.