Nice experience work with sovereign health, we helping the people, its best part of Life.
Review by Jazlyne Scherbaum3 years ago
Not helpful at all
Review by RockBottom Kompler3 years ago
I spent 3 months at Sovereign Los Angeles. I walked in very resilient, closed down, and non-communicative. I was ready to leave the second day I was there, but a very sweet and patient therapist talked me into staying. By the way, she wasn't even my therapist, but the one on call that they called to help me at that difficult time I was having. The whole time I was there my therapist is the one that got me through that three months. She was the one who did different kinds of therapies to get me through what I needed to break through to help me. My therapist and the other therapists there saved me from a very dark place that I was in.
Now as far as everything else there, I would not recommend that place to anyone. All they want is a check from your insurance. The upper management DO NOT care anything about or what goes on there and they are right up stairs. So many things I hated about that place and I am definately NOT the only one. The entire group that was there with me was treated poorly and hated that place as well!!! Would not want anyone going there!!!
Review by Abdinasser3 years ago
Before finding Sovereign Health, I had struggled with multiple suicide attempts between middle school and high school. Once I began to experience blackouts from drinking and even an overdose, my family and I decided that I needed professional support.
I was initially scared and doubted myself, but those feelings quickly disappeared after I found out how accommodating and friendly the staff was. The facility I stayed at provided a number of amenities and activities for me to relieve stress with, including a basketball court and a track for walking.
By giving recovery a chance and opening up to my therapist, I quickly discovered how helpful Sovereign’s treatment programs could be. Group counseling sessions also allowed me to learn a lot about myself, including that I am an individual who is capable of being a leader. Sovereign has some of the best therapists that I have ever seen.
Review by Madhuvanti3 years ago
I was in a psych ward for 2 weeks. I left it (completely stable) to go to Sovereign. The medical doctor immediately changed all of my medication without me even seeing the psychiatrist.
After 2-3 days of "crashing" from the med change and my request for a doctor being repeatedly ignored, I realized the program itself was a joke. Lots of people left about a week in to the program because insurance refused to pay for a program that didn't meet national standards. It took me 3 more days and a hysterical temper tantrum just to use the phone to call home so i could leave Sovereign. My parents got me a plane ticket for the next day; I went straight from the airport to the psych ward again for 10 more days.
My experience with Sovereign nearly killed me. They were negligent, fraudulent, uncaring, and deliberately unhelpful. The program was flagrantly misrepresented. If I had enough hard evidence I would sue. Terrible, terrible place!
Review by Hoskin Andrzejewska3 years ago
This place is a rip off. All they want is your money. They tell you about all the wonderful things - which that don't do or have. They told me that it would be $1000 for 3 months in their treatment center and that was all included. Turns out you live in a sober living house and go to a center to sit in classes from 9 to 4 and then you go back to the house to sit and watch tv or sleep. This place doesn't go to AA or NA meetings. It took 3 weeks for them to order my medications (Which I had already been on for several month before coming to the program) and then wanted to charge me for them. I told financial that I was told it was all included. she told me no problem we will work it out so they billed my fathers credit card without him knowing. I never got the medication. If you are looking for a new contact for drugs then heroin, speed, pills and weed are in each house just ask the house manager he will get it for you. The sober living houses are a free for all. However, if you are locked up in jail looking at a lot of time it is a way out of doing that time, but you will not get sober nor will you get the help.You won't be in jail, but be prepared to pay just as much as for an attorney.Like I said, I never did get my meds worked out and they charged my father over $2300 for my 10 day stay. They just want your money and they will tell you anything they have to tell you to get you into the program. Promise after promise and lie after lie. You are better off finding a sober living house and start going to AA & NA meeting and getting a sponsor and working the steps. It will save you a lot of problems, money and piece of mind. I have no hard feels for Sovereign Heath Group - I just know what they are about now and I would NEVER RECOMMEND ANYONE GOING TO THIS PLACE. Thank you Sovereign Health Group for allowing me to actually voicing my opinion. I just wish what you told me originally was the truth. Since I left Sovereign Health Group I have been going to AA & NA meeting, I have a sponsor and I work the steps and I am in services to others. There is nothing better than being sober.... Good luck if you can find it at Sovereign Health Group...
Review by Sharonbigskokie4 years ago
If u guys are really intrested in improving l, hire more and better people to watch us at night, I got drunk every night after I left the detox house, I left to buy dope, I had sex in the detox house at night, and all cuz u have one person, usually the worst person on duty at night, I understand we have to want to get better, but when half the people are up all night drinking, and it's so easy to hop the fence and leave, search everyone better when they leave detox and go to the other house, don't allow any cell phones no matter how long u been there, make DAMN sure nobody has any actull cash on them, and one idea I have is once somebody goes awol send them to a different location, you don't have to kick them out, but everyone knows that you can go awol a couple times and come back. U mmmm I'm trying to tell u guys all the bad things u can do and get away with there. People know about the morning breathalyzer so they stop drinking at a cretin time, I duno I just felt it was too easy to do bad stuff.
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