Addiction treatment center Sunrise House Treatment Center

Addiction treatment center Sunrise House Treatment Center, 37 Sunset Inn Rd, Lafayette, NJ 07848, United States: 215 reviews of users and employees, detailed information about the address, opening hours, location on the map, attendance, photos, menus, phone number and a huge amount of other detailed and useful information
Address: 37 Sunset Inn Rd, Lafayette, NJ 07848, United States
Website: sunrisehouse.com
Phone number: +1 973-524-7451

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Reviews

Marcel
Arriving to sunrise it was breathtaking. I kept wondering where I have brought myself. Getting to know the staff and my way around was extraordinary. The community of people were incredible. Most of the staff members were awesome. I learned something new each day. My favorite educator, Dorene is unbelievably astonishing. Her lectures are all very informational, each one either had my crying or laughing. She truly cares about the people. She has helped me and taught me some spectacular things I won't ever forget!
2 months ago
Elizabeth Sala
I will say this from my heart... while the schedule is rigorous at 1st it is well worth it. The staff here is second to none. I received so much love and caring from everyone. Foods good and it's beautiful up there. Believe me I gave them a hard time and was kicking and screaming at 1st. So glad I stayed.... bottom line - a solid foundation to start my recovery road ????
3 months ago
Haris Konstantinu
Sunrise House was an awesome experience. A lot of the groups were amazing! the discharge planning was very efficient and thorough. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was the length of time it took to see a doctor. other than that they give an incredible foundation to start your sobriety journey with.
2 months ago
Caroline Bafundo
The staff was no nonsense, comforting and professional. I was in bad shape and they took excellent care of me providing me with a safe detox. I drank heavily and used every type of drug every day since I was a teenager and I never thought I would get sober but this September I'll have nine years clean and it all started with a phone call to the Sunrise House. Thank you.
1 month ago
Stefan Fusar
While I was skeptical when I first got in Im glad I stayed. The staff is very helpful, and the community more than welcoming. After a few days I did want to leave, Doreen convinced me to tough it out and kept her word by making her groups more informative than fun, but take my word I haven't had that much fun in a long time. Definitely a great experience overall, highly recommend to anyone.
5 months ago
Michael Young
My experience with Dorene as a group facilitator was phenomenal, she will help to open your genuinely cares about the clients! Sarah as a counselor was outstanding, she puts in 110% into her clients and was such a help. They both make life more manageable!
2 months ago
Fakiz Fromhell
Upon entering the treatment facility, i knew i was in the right place. The staff was wonderful from first interview to labs to floor nurse, med dispensers, everyone was caring and professional. Nurse practitioner would stop in the hall way to check on you! This would be an excellent choice for short term detox or longer term Rehab. I think god I found them!
2 months ago
Shimmy Weiss
I wrote a 4 star review about my experience at Sunrise House having left yesterday but I need to communicate an amendment. Overall the psych, clinical, counseling, behavioral, food and maintenance staff was great. Genuinely cared for resident needs and tried to be accommodating. The facility is older but has a great charm to it having been a monastery for decades. However, Asst Clinical Director Mike K acted unprofessionally on numerous occasions, belittled patients, acted vengefully, and seemed to lack compassion. Most reasonable discourse to address resident comfort needs was either met with inaction or passive aggressive hostility. He wields a great deal of power over the staff and used it inappropriately during my stay much to the detriment of many residents. His behavior added unnecessary stress to patients. Maybe he was having bad days or on a weird power trip but steer clear of him if you enroll. Not what I expected from a trained clinical director. One last note: Doreen Zacher who runs excellent programs at night is by far the best, most experienced and informative teacher in the program. Be sure to seek her help!
4 months ago
Karen Whitley
This place was terrible for my son. Linda the "counselor" has no business being in a treatment setting. She may hold "certifications" but she is a complete stick in the mud and has NO understanding of the user's mind. That was obvious from the first painful conversation with her. No one calls you back. Ever. No one got inside this kids head or near the root of any problems. This was not a therapeutic environment as he said no one from the outside world came in to speak and there were only lectures from non recovering staff. And that was verified by the "Clinical team staff" Georgina whom also doesn't seem to know much about addiction either. They discharged him after only 3 weeks. SEVEN DAYS OF WHICH WERE SPENT IN DETOX. So 2 weeks total of "treatment". This place failed someone with a deep opiate addiction on so many levels. I am very disappointed and saddened at the multiple phases of treatment failures that occurred. Poor excuse for a rehab for anyone really needing help. This place is just a money grab and they move people through like animals going to slaughter. The only phone conversations we had with the place was the weekly insurance talks. Which were totally unnecessary because my insurance will cover indefinite treatment and/or hospitalization. Take your insurance money elsewhere. And good luck.
3 months ago
Trevor Goodson
Overall, I had a good experience at Sunrise house. It wasn’t a five star experience though. There were many days that we, the client population, were just shuffled around somewhere and given handouts to kill time. My counselor (Rachael) was FAB, however, since it was over Christmas, she had a lot of days off. The counselor that took over was so bad. She would turn her head to see the time every few moments and seemed extremely board. I wasn’t inclined to talk in this group because who wants to say upsetting things to somebody who obviously, doesn’t care? It’s so wrong that a person like this works with people that need to feel that they matter. There were some standouts, Matt seemed to care, and my counselor (again) Rachael was outstanding when she was there. Doreen, however, is the biggest standout for me. She said some things that I haven’t heard before, and was completely genuine! Thank you Doreen, please, keep up the good work. I truly feel that you were speaking from the heart and I’m proud to include you as having a special part in my journey.
6 months ago
Laura Garber
While i didn’t want to go to Sunrise House originally, I am so glad i stayed and made an effort. The community and staff are great, everyone is supportive and there to help. Doreen is by far my favorite educator, i learned more from her then i could have dreamed of. She does an amazing job keeping it fun and informative. If it wasn’t for her i probably would have left within the first week
2 months ago
Jovana
This is the Best, truly!!!! My counselor Taylor was extremely amazing. The give tough love the right way. They help you understand and give you so much knowledge on the abuse you have done to yourself. Linda the TA had never ment me but she took time out to comfort me in my healing process. Sunrise house was a great experience for me. Doreen was a recking to be mess with, she knows what she is talking about and will challenge you if you try to give her your sob story. I felt amazing when I left. Thanks to the whole staff even my house cleaner to the kitchen staff was caring. I have never experience that much love from people who dont know me.
3 months ago
Charles Holcomb
The staff is lovely here. Everyone is so good about you being in recovery. I have no problems what so ever. It has been a lovely experience.
3 months ago
Vince Lupi
the staff and counselors are fantastic, they truly are here to help you, they are very understanding and caring with all the problems addicts and alcoholics face. the group sessions are very informing and interesting. if you need a good caring rehab, sunrise house is the perfect place for you
5 months ago
Jennifer Monsarrat
Worse facility I have ever been to. Staff was extremely rude, they are understaffed, the building is very old and they make no efforts to make patients comfortable. I truly believe that they are only in it for the purpose of getting people money from their insurance. With all the money they make they could have made some updates to this 70 to 80 year old building. Multiple patients were bullied by others and the bullies were not held accountable for their actions. If you are seeking help to recover from a drug addiction I do not recommend this facility. They kicked out a homeless person because his insurance cut him off and they failed to come up with a discharge plan for him. Another incident that happened was I told a counselor that two individuals that were fraternizing and that counselor told a higher up and that higher up told one of the two people in the inappropriate relationship that I was the one who reported them. That is breaking confidentiality. This facility is a joke. The groups are very repetitive and the counselor don’t prepare for their groups. They just wing it.
5 months ago
Lisa Volturi
Sunrise House has a great staff. All of the counselors really care about getting the clients as much help they need. Anything you need just askk for and it will be supplied but patience is definitely key. Caring community everyone is intertwined and here to help and support your recivery
3 months ago
Al m
Thank you for receiving my granddaughter and the successful and superior support she received. I wish I could give 10 stars. She was so happy about her stay there. I personally want to thank Alex and Rachel for their expertise and support and Doreen for helping with her discharge when she was ready to come home.
7 months ago
Matthew Osborne
Sunrise has been a transformation experience, leaving I am definitely confident and hopeful for my recovery thanks to the excellent councilors and groups.
3 months ago
Mary English
Sunrise House is not a spa and massage treatment house. The setting is a beautiful 100 year old Monastery that deserves to be renovated. The staff really were great. The community was very tight. Many of us were there for Christmas and New Year’s Eve, and we did it as a family.
7 months ago
Connie Gregory
The staff was knowledgeable and friendly. You can tell that the counselors have experience in guiding addicts thought the road to recovery.
3 months ago
Divya Rajpal
My Sunrise House experience saved my life...plain and simple. It gave me the education and break in the neverending miserable circle of my addiction in order to live a new life full of happiness, accomplishment, honesty and lead me towards personal success. I met so many great people/patients in there, all of whom I'm grateful to have crossed paths with for many different individual reasons. You all know who you are!! The staff, especially the counselors played a huge role in helping me get answers to questions I needed to have answered in order to make it easier for me to stay sober. I went in w/ a goal to learn my main triggers and most importantly the reason I used or what set my behaviors down a specific path that eventually lead me to use. I found those answers at Sunrise and I'm much better for it! I would encourage anyone to do the same for themselves, as it helped me a lot. Thx for everything Taylor! That said, I simply would not be where I'm at today if it were not for ONE SINGLE INDIVIDUAL......DORENE! Dorene challenged me every second to keep my mind open to unlimited possibilities, pushed me to dig deeper than I ever have and at the same time showed compassion when she led me places I haven't been in many years that shook me emotionally. It was a rollercoaster ride but the best one I've ever been on by far. The crazy part is Dorene did this all in a group setting not 1 on 1. Every single group I had w/ her I ended up having either a personal breakthrough (or several) or had an unbelievably FUN time. She never answered a question she didn't know the answer to.....she was honest and would tell you if she didn't have the answer. That didn't happen often though. She usually answered my inquiries or comments with a response I totally did not expect, but her replies made 1000% perfect sense to me. Most times her reply was offering guidance in the form of a question for me to ask myself, which is exactly what helped me the most. Dorene believes in what she does and knows her stuff so well. She is ????% an expert in what she does. Shee encouraged me to let my inner child out, which was such an eyeopener for me since I had numbed myself for so many years. I appreciated the fact that she never let up...she continued to push me way past where I wanted to stop. Looking back I can see how Dorene worked on opening my mind FIRST and only then she pushed me to go deep to help me grow as a person. I've grown more in the last 28 days at Sunrise House than I had in 43 years on earth and I have mainly Dorene to thank for it. She lead me to a new way of thinking which in turn gave me a blueprint to a new way of living...."a life second to none" as the AA Big Book says. I am truly grateful for all that she taught me! Thank you Dorene! As far as the rest of the program goes, it was really quite perfect...from detox to residential the whole 28 days I was there. I realized very quickly that if I found myself complaining or getting angry at something/someone I needed to check MYSELF, as I saw it as a ME issue not a them/it issue. I expect some ppl who are in a place like this to complain, but only cuz they're just not where they need to be yet, not cuz their arguments are legit. I said this at my graduation ceremony and I'll say it again...., Sunrise House is perfect.....PERIOD!! They do not need to change a thing!! 5 out of 5 stars!!! Sincerest of Thank you's to ALL of the staff for all that you do! Especially Dorene... She is one I will NEVER FORGET!!! -r
2 months ago
Daniel Daniel
I have been to an American addiction center in Oxford Mississippi and had a wonderful experience. My experience at the sunrise house was not pleasant in anyway. Jessie (a counselor/case manager) was the exception! She was great! Deserves a raise. Other then that, would not recommend if you are truly looking to recover. Feels like this place was only after the money. I left treatment early because I was so displeased with the program. Good luck to anyone who try’s it.
9 months ago
Lou C
Ok, imma be right up front about this place, some people may come to dislike me, others may just nod their heads and agree. I want to say straight away this is an incredible program and the amount of info drilled into you in the amount of time I spent was to the point. Just remember who is there to help you and the types of people there. You have the maintenance staff, who try their best most times; the kitchen staff, when in doubt, get the salmon; the counselors, with varying degrees of effectiveness and personal strengths; the TA's, most of which try their best to help you in any way they can, and last on this list of helpful people there is Dorene, she is a force to be reckoned with and you will come out on the losing end. She made me uncomfortable every way you can imagine and God bless her for it. If it wasn't for.this gift from heaven then I would not have come out of this whole thing clean and begging to hold onto my sobriety. Then you have the directors, i will treat them like I was treated by them, so this will be the last mention of them.Now one thing to remember is this place is old and not entirely up to code in some areas. So yes the building needs work, but the program does not. I will be keeping in touch with my new extended family there for years to come. Thank you Sunrise House for showing me a light I never even knew was there. Last but not least, DO NOT BELIEVE A WORD THAT THE AAC PEOPLE SAY, they will tell you ANYTHING to get you to step through the door. Almost made me lose my job with all their lies. Ask a question here and direct it to me if you have any questions. Or call and talk to Karen or whomever is the receptionist at the time.
3 months ago
Paul Layman
After thinking about how many stars i would give Sunrise House I was going to give 2 but after spending my own money for my last week there I had to give it 1 star. Prior to coming to Sunrise House I experienced a mental breakdown associated with multiple issues. I called around looking for a place that would accept my insurance along with help with both my mental state and addiction. In order to get me into this facility the call center put down that i was drinking 12-24 beers a day which was far from accurate as I needed more assistance with my mental issues. The call center is sales people looking to get you in at any cost. From day 1 arriving at this facility there was no structure for intake which was very inconsistent talking to other people arriving at the facility after me. Not everyone was properly searched for contraband as some were not searched at all. The overall program lacked leadership, structure and at times very disorganized. With the exception of my counselor(Lauren), I cannot really say it was worth the time there. I did have to pay out of pocket for my last week which was very disappointing since there was an issue with the Facility that required attention from the State. This caused confusion for my last week as the staff was also affected by this issue which trickled down to the patients affecting care. If I would have known about these issues I would not have spent my own money for the extra week as it did not help much giving the issues that came down from the State inspection. I would like to say it was money well spent but I feel now that it was money wasted. They also say that they will assist with discharge planning but this was very lack luster and I had to make all the arrangements myself for a psychiatrist and counselor. Being my first time in a rehabilitation center I was expecting higher standards but was quickly disappointed by sub standard care. If you are trying to choose between another place or Sunrise House I would not recommend Sunrise house unless they are your only or last option.
10 months ago
Brian Ambrose
I went to Sunrise for 2 weeks (October 2020) and it was the best decision I've made re: my sobriety. The staff is awesome and they all work together with you to help you on your road to recovery in both group and individual sessions. Food was great too. Sunrise helped me get my life back!
1 month ago
Papichulo Shampoo
Went there about 3 years ago. Most disgusting place I have been too. Filthy place. Maybe it changed. Got a DWI 3 months after leaving
1 month ago
ynot Loeza
My daughter was a mess when she went in there. She's come out a changed person. I worry about relapse, so I don't want to get too excited, but I'm very happy to have my daughter back! Thank you!
3 months ago
Juana Madera
Hi I am an alcoholic near 60 years old I found the staff and the counselors to be very professional and helpful. The accommodations were satisfactory and the food was good. We did a lot of work on relapse prevention and I left with my toolbox full to do battle with my disease. If you are serious about recovery I strongly recommend sunrise house. Sincerely Tom B.
7 months ago
Tim Stull
After my 8th treatment center I finally went for myself. I had the best therapist you good ask would give 10 stars she got me to finally open up. And start using the skills I've learned. Made my action before I left Sponsor, IOP and meetings that were available to me. Also the director Mike was great. And a special thanks to Noel and Mike that works in the cafeteria and also fills in as a tec. If want to really get sober and clean this the place to go they take it serious while fun to like open Mike night. The property is wonderful plenty of wild deer and turkeys. I almost forgot Jessica in nursing. She even made me a cake for my birthday. Just an over all good place. Matt the alumni coordinator is a saint always calling to check up on you. Thanks to all the rest also and for giving me my life back. Don't forget to ask for Taylor.
3 months ago
Steve Madden
Had a 30 day stay. Great staff!! Mike was my counselor he was on top of everything. Loved the groups, Amanda, Marianella , Matt, Doreen and everyone else who's name I forgot THANK YOU. The admission staff new me by name which was surprising , shows they care. House keeping staff are all very friendly and keep the place spotless. Kitchen staff was also awesomely friendly with great food every day.Nursing Thank you! And a special shot out to Noel thanks for having my back bro!
5 months ago
Courtney Wagler
Great place. Nothing but good things to say. Did 31 days and I feel like a million bucks. Staff is super friendly as long as you're friendly to them. If you go in with an attitude you'll get an attitude back. Food is awesome. A lot of good groups. Doreen in the evening is awesome. Matt does a lot of fun groups. Bonfire on Sunday nights is always great. All counselors are very good at their job. Nursing staff and BT's are very helpful also.
6 months ago
Laura Doi
This place was full of liars from the start at admissions. I told them I had insurance issues but was told everything was going to be fixed upon arrival. They don't care about health or sobriety, only money. I was discharged with no game plan what so ever. I would definitely recommend if u have other options, take them. All they do is lie from start to finish. They said that they contacted my mother, but my mom says she never heard a word from them. Steer clear of sunrise house or american addiction centers if you can. They are a bunch of liars.
7 months ago
Freda Peters
They have filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy, 7 of the 9 counselors were fired/demoted while I was there. Detox was great, and COVID is taken seriously. The building is old and in disrepair, it leaks and has drainage issues. The food was fine, but at the end of the week you could expect shortages of necessities like milk and soap. The community was great and helpful, but the administration was shameful. It often felt like the animals were running the zoo. Don’t expect to be told much about your treatment, insurance, etc., many people were surprised about their release date. This is not at all an indictment of the counselor or clientele, but of the management, or lack thereof. I seriously can not recommend patronizing this facility, even though it was personally very helpful.
7 months ago
Loretta Hodnett
I’m thankful to Sunrise House for my 37 days of sobriety and the ongoing support they are providing. Without them I would not have made it through my detox.
7 months ago
Carlyle Campbell
Great place to start the recovery process.
2 months ago
James Budny
It's a BUSINESS like any other. My husband was kicked out before the 28 days was over because they said the insurance deemed him no longer medically necessary to be in inpatient. They charged us $2,500 and booted him with no leeds to help, therapy, doctors nor meds that they gave him while there till he could find other help. Very disappointing.
4 months ago
Paul Santoleri
great community to be surrounded by, staff and residents.
2 months ago
Reginald Robinson
Was not an adequate place for anyone that cares about cleanliness. It’s a rather dated building that was a previous catholic establishment of some sort, since it is a historic building, the company that owns it American Addiction Centers, cannot update much of it. It is a rather scary building and the staff is not the most friendly or the most intelligent. They simply follows orders and don’t do much beyond that. In a time when your at such a vulnerable spot, the only people who seem to understand are the previous addicts who now teach their. While their I ran into some moldy bread not in just one batch but two and one had red mold, when I expressed and, showed this to the rather clueless man, he told us to eat the parts that weren’t molded. I know for a fact that mold spores are rooted deeper then we can see, of course we did not eat it, and found a note the next day on the bin above the refrigerator that was holding the bread, that asked the kitchen to bring bread. Odd that they couldn’t just ask them directly via a phone call or face to face. When one nurse noticed my trash can was full they informed me to leave it outside my door and the janitor would dispose of it, it sat there for three days, where the nursing staff began to throw trash in it, even though it was overflowing. They do not change linens regularly. I know they will give some blanket excuses about coronavirus and the building being “historic”, but frankly for what we pay I don’t find that excuse acceptable. Especially when I’m supposed to be relaxed and instead I’m concerned of catching MRSA, or a staff infection, or a stomach ache. Possibly even the Corona Virus, as they have people in quarantine on the same floor in the same halls as “clients” that are already tested and negative from it. People aren’t really clients but instead seem to be more of psychiatric patients.
11 months ago
Matt Williams
The building itself is a little out dated. The overall service and atmosphere could be better for the money paid. The counselors and community they promote is what makes this place a must-go if you have an addiction and want to overcome it.
3 weeks ago
Gustavo Mendoza
If I could give this zero stars I would
4 months ago
Melissa Chhay
Great program. Very informative. Decent food. Smoking permitted.
11 months ago
Align Vortex
Great experience having a great support at home never going to forget that date 9/16 thank
10 months ago
Rebecca Elder
Not only the treatment was below of what we expected they don't release your medical records when requested, in fact it's impossible to even reach the responsible. When you try to connect with them they simply disconnect your call. Don't recommend.
1 month ago
Aminat Ajiboro
they need to let you go up to your rooms at least once during day. They lock you out from 8:15 am to 10:00 at night....this is right after detox this schedule..and for me it was very difficult especially when i was sweating and going to bathroom non stop..i would of liked to have a shower in between or two to help with my withdrawal symptoms
9 months ago
rajesh gosavi
Had a great experience at sunrise house. It not only saves my life but made me a better person and father. I have a second chance at life being sober. I want to say thank you to my counselor Derrick for always being there for me an always listening to everything I had to say. Really saved my life and will always remember him. He really is the best counselor!!! Hands down.
1 month ago
Dima Boychev
Sunrise was a great place, everyone was very friendly and wanted to help. Excellent program they have!!!
1 month ago
Ted Brannon
Basically one step up from jail.
2 months ago
Sebastian Fung
Sunrise house is keeping me sober and saving my life as I speak as a discharged patient in the present moment. My 68 days there have left an extraordinary strong foundation for me to build from and start living a peaceful and joyous life I've been looking for without the use of alcohol. I asked for their help and for the extra days and that is exactly what I got in the most professional, sincerest, and compassionate way. The counselors and administrative staff go far above and beyond their mission statement and I am very grateful for how and why they saved my life. It takes a very special angel to deal with and perform a professional job such as the nurses do, and the staff is complete with just that. Coming in at your worst and to be taken care of and brought back to life by the nursing staff in such their way is beyond my description and gratitude. The understanding, compassion, and direction the BHTs provide is extraordinary. I am so grateful for each and everyone of them. Lastly, the meals that are prepared are absolutely delicious and the kitchen staff are extremely kind. I cannot put into words how thankful I am for each and everyone at Sunrise House. I thank God for placing everyone at Sunrise House into my life.
1 month ago
David Moquin
My brother has been here for a month. My mother flew him here from Florida on false pretenses from staff. The treatment he’s received is a joke. Why would he need to do a teledoc visit when there are doctors on site? Billing him for outrageous amounts.. seems like it’s all about the money. They are now discharging him with no notice- they’ll be putting his stuff in the lobby with him. So we have less than 24 hours to buy a plane ticket and find a way to get him to the airport? Great start for someone in recovery.
5 months ago
Latoya Descartes
Go for Dorene!!!!!! She’s the best thing about Sunrise!
4 months ago

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