Freedom Recovery Centers located at 325 Kaliste Saloom Road in Lafayette, Louisiana provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Freedom Recovery Centers provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Lafayette, Louisiana, then entering addiction treatment at Freedom Recovery Centers is the right choice. Freedom Recovery Centers generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Freedom Recovery Centers also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Visa. Freedom Recovery Centers can be contacted through their website at freedomrecovery.net.
I think it's a good place,if you have insurance and know how to talk to doctors and other people,you have to help ur self.if u want or need something talk about it.
I’m not in anyway trying to undermine any one who had a terrible experience there. I am truly sorry that you were made to feel looked down on just as I’m sure many people have already made you and pretty much all addicts feel that every day. However it surprises me because I could not have had a better experience than the one I found there. From the beginning the owner Bruce and the receptionist Leah were so kind and so sincere with me. From the very first time I met either one of them, they made a point of trying to put me at ease. I thought it was so great because I was expecting them to be dismissive and treat me like I did not even deserve common courtesy as that is typical with people when they find out I have an addiction. I lost mostly everything and everyone that loved me because of my addiction. They do not treat you any differently or with any less respect in my opinion. Dr. Dykes was my first doctor there. I saw him for several months and he was wonderful. He truly just wants to help people and you can see how beautiful of a person he is just being in the same room with him. My second doctor there that I started seeing a couple of months ago is Dr. Cory. Dr. Cory is also a beautiful person and unbelievably kind. I began seeing Dr. Cory instead of Dr. Dykes simply because Dr. Cory also deals with depression problems where as Dr. Dykes simply treats opioid addiction‘s. Both doctors were extremely kind and in my opinion were very concerned with working with me and finding a way to help me pull myself back up. I feel like both doctors treated me with dignity and absolutely feel like they went above and beyond their due diligence. The office manager is Ellen. She as well has never been anything but kind to me and has on more than one occasion either bent the rules or did anything that she could possibly do to help me if I needed it. Ellen is a very hard worker and I have never felt like she in anyway looks down on me. Believe me I am an unbelievably paranoid person and always has been. So if I didn’t feel judged I’m fairly sure that her kindness was genuine and she wasn’t just faking being kind and respectful towards me every time I saw her. Last but not least I would like to share a little bit about my experiences with the owner who is named Bruce and my counselor Donna. Bruce walks in every day and in all the times I’ve been there I have never seen him forget someone’s name or just pass them by and keep walking. He Will stop and talk to every single person in that waiting room. He knows their names, he knows what’s going on in their lives, he even knows what kind of substance abuse problem each individual person is struggling with and is nothing but motivational as far as I’ve seen. Now Donna is a whole different story. One of the best things that ever happened to me was being introduced to Donna Bergeron. She has had a life very similar to many of the people in there and has struggled with many things in her lifetime. For her it gives her even more empathy for what her patients are going through but at the same time she is tough enough on them because she wants nothing more than for them to succeed and be happy and healthy. I cannot even tell you how many times she has gone out of her way to help me simply because she wanted to or because I needed it. I feel in many ways like she is probably the only person that truly understands not only what I’m going through now but also who I was before, all of the events leading up to who I became, and lastly she is ALWAYS there even if I just need to cry. What I’m trying to say is in my opinion they are wonderful people. That’s why I truly believe that they are all there simply to help you recover your freedom from the grasp of addiction. In my heart I know if I hadn’t found them, I would be dead or in jail by now.
Watch out for their "unusual" practices with your insurance company. Yes, they begin with compassion, but become really money hungry and all caring goes out the window. I would rate them an additional star or two for the counselors and physician, but the administration/business personnel are rude and shady.