I came into TW with a horrible attitude. I wanted to stop using but didn’t want to be in a treatment facility, I had extremely bad anxiety and wanted to go home the moment I got there, but the staff there kept checking on me and made me feel like I was wanted and not needed there. They made me realize I needed more time away from home to actually be able to start thinking clearly. I had and amazing counselor while I was there, the intensive therapy made me realize I had so many underlining issues that needed to be addressed. And they gave me the tools to be able to do so. I went from being miserable in my own skin and very hateful to looking forward to the groups we had daily, some of my favorite were Luke’s, Tim spurtys, and michaels. They seem to explain things that even I could understand, helped me come to learn about my diease, I now have 100 days clean and serene. I had no knowledge of A.A. or N.A. and they prepared me to go into the real world and be comfortable. I work the 12 steps and am currently on number 2. I have a sponser and a home group. I wanted nothing to do with religion when I went there but now I’m a active member in my church and the beauty of it was that it wasn’t pushed on me, it was a sense of attraction from spurtys groups, and I seeked out to learn more about it. I firmly believe that if I went to any other facilities I wouldn’t be sober and happy today, my life is finally on the right track. I’ve gotten my license back, I have my own place. And I’m proud to be myself today, which coming from somebody who used since they were 12 years old is saying something, the staff is amazing. The food is delicious thanks to theyre on site chef, and the the beds were comfortable. It felt more like a vacation than a rehab. And it was a vacation that saved my life. They make getting sober fun. And show you that you can enjoy life without drugs and alcohol. This was my first time trying to get sober and at 22 years old I feel like I’m on the right path. I love my TW family! And I’m forever grateful!