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Rosewood Centers For Eating Disorders

36075 S. Rincon Road, Wickenburg, Arizona, 85390
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About Rosewood Centers For Eating Disorders

A fully accredited and licensed inpatient behavioral health facility located in the beautiful Arizona desert, Rosewood is one of the first and most experienced programs to provide comprehensive care for all stages of recovery from anorexia,bulimia, binge eating disorder and co-occurring addictions /disorders to men, women, and adolescent boys and girls.

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Jessica
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This place is AWFUL!!! They don’t have any groups! Treat you like crap!!! And the therapist there are HORRIBLE !!!! They drug you up, and they favor patients over others! Do not send any of your loved ones here!!!
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Aviendha
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Before I rip into them let me tell you the only saving grace is Shannon the after care coordinator. I was threatened by my therapist Brittany on my first day and she threatened me into compliance by telling me if I decided to leave my MOM would be charged 100% of the bill (I’m and adult my mom doesn’t pay for my care). Which we found out was not true from our insurance. They also told me if I chose to leave I was required to stay 72 hours. When I got there the very first piece of advice given to me (by EVERY patient) was to always check my meds because the nurses consistently give out the wrong meds. One patient told me she was given the wrong meds and had hallucinations for the entire day. Sue the nurse is EXTREMELY rude and will make you stand there and wait at the window as she sits there and scrolls through her phone and when she does finally acknowledge you she has an attitude the entire time and feels the need to let us know we are running on HER time. They told my insurance that they filled a 30 day supply of my medications but only let me leave with three and now I am not able to get it filled until June. My dietitian Melissa ignored that I was lactose intolerant and I was served three meals with cheese and two with milk and they just told me to take a lactose pill (that’s not how that works if I’m allergic I’m not supposed to have it at all). There are very few staff there who actually care about the patients, everyone else acts as if you are a burden or inconvenience to them. Please do NOT go here if you need help.
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Kate
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In all honesty, I tried recovering on my own for a year before heading to this place, I struggled so badly and I was always known to have an amazing work ethic but my eating disorder took everything from me. Rosewood Ranch saved my life. Not only did they save me but they helped me create a new healthy life for myself. I no longer try and keep the number on the scale at my lowest. I have ate every single day since I left. Do I get scared to gain weight, of course. But I have learned to live a much much healthier lifestyle knowing I never want to take my life again. They helped me find peace within myself again. I left with a much healthier mindset than when I walked in. I can now leave my house and live once again. I am so so blessed by taking this opportunity. They truly seem to care about people and the longer you stay, you realize how much it\'s worth it in the end. They obviously get paid, but they aren\'t bsing, they\'re showing you the results. Also in the end you see the results once and for all. I am so proud of myself. I stayed 72 days inpatient and I would never ever regret it. Best therapy I\'ll probably ever get. So if you\'re thinking about recovery, go here! Start living your life again and happily.
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Anonymous
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I was a patient at Rosewood Ranch for about two months, and it was quite the experience. How effective was the treatment? It was okay, but I\'d say it\'s all temporary. They do a good job in making sure you are stable enough to leave, and trust me, they drill relapse prevention to a max, but there was something missing. There were scheduled lectures in the week, such as body image, nutrition, and relapse prevention plans, but the only groups I remember doing were relapse prevention and nutrition. Most of the time, the body image group was canceled because some staff was unable to make it or had planned over us. Shouldn\'t a body image group be a priority? Now don\'t even get me started on therapy. \"1-hour session once a week\", I\'d say I got maybe 10-30 minutes if my therapist remembered that she had me as a patient. And in those sessions, nothing that my previous therapist had done for me was covered at all. The dietician did most of the work for the therapist in my experience. To add, they shoved more kids in there than the maximum capacity was several times during my stay, and it got awfully uncomfortable and cramped. There\'s only so much space. But it wasn\'t all negative, I must say. The nutrition lectures were very informative and useful. The therapists would also come in every day of the week and do a process group, which was a nice way to relate to your peers, although it caused a lot of drama in the group as well. For accommodations and amenities, I had a mixed experience. They had a lot of fun games, but most of the pieces were missing. They had a lot of decks of cards, but none of them were complete. They had Just Dance, which was by far the best thing ever. Once a week we would meet with the important people that controlled the rules and everything, and they did a good job at repairing things that we asked to repair, but they were terrible at giving us physical things that we wanted, such as markers and playing cards. For the rooms, most of them were great. They were decently roomy, and they were kept very clean. For the amenities, everything is kind of over-hyped on the website. There is no horseback riding, but there are horses. There is a pool, but it is not very clean and is barely used (in my experience). There is music therapy, which is actually very fun, but isn\'t really therapy as much as sitting around and singing. I think that\'s all I can say. The dietician was pretty excellent, although I know of other experiences where the patient and the dietician did not get along. She did a good job at re-introducing food into my diet. The foods that you don\'t like will be respected, and overall the meals are tasty. The temperature of the food could be improved, yes, but the taste was good. Some of the meals were so awfully prepared to the point where not even the staff members would eat it. The general quality was haywire. I can\'t say much about the whole food thing because... eating disorder... but it was pretty good. I liked the snacks. So my overall opinion is this: Rosewood Ranch is the most bittersweet destination on earth. I love the people I met there, and I\'m happy with how I left, but I could make a million complaints about how this place is run. When looking at it from a distance, it seems like a cute little solution to a big scary problem, but up close it is a dysfunctional waste of time. But hey, this is just my experience.
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Sherry R
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We have only wonderful things to say about Rosewood Ranch in Wickenburg....we traveled from NJ to get our daughter the best possible help. She had been to Renfrew previously...bad experience as they have adolescents and adults together. The psychiatrist and counselors are terrific! The medical doc exceptional....she discovered issues with our daughter’s diabetes that our own doc here in NJ did not. Their 3-day family workshop was incredible...: I highly recommend Rosewood Ranch in Wickenburg if your loved one needs help..