CommQuest is an alcohol and drug addiction treatment facility that is located at 1680 Nave Road in Massillon, Ohio. Treating substance abuse involves multiple stages of treatment through a recovery program such as that offered by CommQuest. This can include group counseling, individual counseling, outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment, and medically assisted detox, among many others. Treatment programs are based on the individual themselves and are constructed to suit each patient individually. Just as every person is unique, so should treatment programs and that is exactly what patients will receive at CommQuest.
If addicts do not obtain the right type of support and guidance, they may find treatment to be very difficult as the thought of sobriety can seem so far-fetched. At CommQuest, professional counseling and guidance are provided to all patients aged Adult men, giving them the strength needed in order to obtain a life that is free of drug and alcohol addiction. By altering the patient's outlook on life through addiction treatment, they will be able to stay positive throughout the duration of rehab.
The staff members at CommQuest have a mission and that is to give patients effective and quality addiction treatment so that long-lasting sobriety can be obtained. The path to a positive future starts on a positive foot and that begins at CommQuest. Confronting addiction is a difficult thing to do, but it is the most important step in the recovery process. Through professional counseling during the patient's time in treatment, patients will learn coping skills and trigger management which is imperative to the success of maintaining sobriety.
Maintaining sobriety on one's own is extremely difficult, especially when the addict has tried to go 'cold turkey' on their own. This is because it requires medically-assisted detox in order to properly and safely wean the body off of the substance of abuse. This way the body does not go through sudden withdrawal nor experience harsh side effects. CommQuest can provide patients with all of the necessary tools, treatments, and resources so that patients have every opportunity to succeed in recovery.
Getting treatment is the best option when seeking a life that is free of substance abuse. Get the help required now and start living the best life possible. Contact CommQuest by visiting Questrs.org now.
There are quite a few negative reveres on here and in reality they do not accurately describe the facility. First off the staff is amazing, 90% of them are in recovery, so they understand the issues of early sobriety. People are not asked to leave treatment because they just pull names out of hats but because they continue to repeat the same actions over and over again, even after being told about the actions. Everything that happens here is based on your behavior Like with ANY treatment center the stats are low because you aren't done until you're done. Another issue that is ignored is the face that the facility holds sixty men and that is quite a few to deal with. Another great thing about this facility is you are actively encouraged to work steps while you are here. Wilson hall also helps build life skills, the residents help with the cooking and cleaning. The small group sessions are where this place really shines because it creates an environment of trust and compassion with the other men. All in all Wilson hall is a one of a kind treatment center, almost like a recovery boot camp! There is a man named Arnold Montgomery who is so incredibly full of wisdom and anyone who gets a chance to cross his path should be lucky.
I've seen many success stories come through Wilson Hall, and have heard good things from former clients. It's a good place to build a foundation for sobriety. I'd like to address the young lady who's partner was asked to leave for the following reasons: "1.)EATING CHIPS OUTSIDE A DESIGNATED AREA." "2.) HAVING SOMEONE PASS HIM A CIGARETTE." 3.) NOT BEING OPEN ENOUGH IN GROUP SESSIONS" The first two seem to be the inability to follow simple guidelines. *Most places have designated areas to eat, generally not in their rooms. It's a sanitation issue. *Borrowing cigarettes and money is prohibited at most facilities. *As far as not being ''open enough' during group sessions, I obviously don't know how much a person should share, but I know that the program requires participation, a willingness to be open, and honest. Recovery requires this. I hope that the young man found a recovery program that works for him.
very caring staff.
I say this place should get 10 stars. It works if you work it.