Our two sons both attended Summit Estate Recovery Center. From the first day the staff at Summit ensured the journey to sobriety was one of respect, compassion and support. The facility could not be more beautiful and peaceful which had such a calming and therapeutic effect. We are forever grateful to Lexi and Summit for bringing our family back together.

-Elizabeth S.

My experience at Summit Estate Recovery Center was life-changing. I was one of the first clients admitted to the program, and owe my life and sobriety to this facility.

– Dolores L.

I came to Summit Estate and was truly amazed at the kindness, caring, and knowledge of the staff. I left Summit Estate after having worked out many issues that had lead me to stop doing all the things that kept me so happy and sober previously. I departed with an awesome exit strategy and began life a new man.

-Bryan B.

Not only do you get the luxury of a fine hotel resort setting, in my opinion, the coursework, group & individual therapy sessions & actives are superior to larger rehabilitation centers.

-Stacie A.

I came in with a drug problem and hopeless feelings about myself and my life. By turning my life over to the Staff and program at Summit, as hard as it was and as much as I fought it, I was given the greatest gifts of all back. My relationship with my parents has never been stronger. I have a long list of healthy responsibilities again, such as school and work. I have everything ahead of me that I always dreamed about, but never thought possible. I have never been more proud to be me or more confident about where my life is going because of all the things I learned and experienced at Summit Estate. I could never thank everyone at Summit Estate enough for seeing the potential in me and for having hope for me when I saw no point in life anymore.

-Grant S.

I was at Summit in the summer of 2012 and again in April of 2013 (for a refresher experience) to get help for my addiction and depression issues. My experience was so rewarding I can’t put it into words. The place is awesome and the compassion is unreal, especially when you are desperate for help. They also offer Outpatient services after completion of the program. Today I feel free- I still have a lot of work to do, however, I’ve been given the education and tools to live again. Summit got me on my way.

-Grant S.

There I sat, no friends left to call, no family members to listen or put up with my shit. My right arm was swollen and I was unable to move it because of all the drugs I injected just so I could get through the next hour and make it until tomorrow. I had enough- I couldn’t believe I had become the person I swore I would never become. I didn’t want to go to rehab, but I knew I needed help…

-Grant S.

I feel that Summit Estate gave me not only the skills, knowledge and ability to stay sober, but more importantly, the program taught me how to love and respect myself again. Maybe more importantly, they helped me to understand how key self-esteem and self-worth are to seeing myself as someone who deserves to be sober. Summit Estate gave me far more than just 60 days of drug and alcohol treatment- they gave me the happy, successful future I have in front of me.

-Savannah D.

Our two sons both attended Summit Estate Recovery Center. From the first day the staff at Summit ensured the journey to sobriety was one of respect, compassion and support. The facility could not be more beautiful and peaceful which had such a calming and therapeutic effect. While all the staff at Summit is highly trained and professional, Lexi was the key to guiding both boys to happiness with themselves and developing a recovery plan to give them the confidence for their future success. We are forever grateful to Lexi and Summit for bringing our family back together.

-Elizabeth S.

I found Summit Estate online and took a tour. The spoiled, entitled person inside me saw Summit Estate and thought it would be easy to bullshit my way through the program. I carried this thinking into my first week at Summit Estate. I didn’t trust anyone, I thought that “everyone thinks they are better than me,” and since I came from a great family and area, I didn’t have “problems” and this place was for messed-up people.

-Grant S..

Summit Estate Recovery Center was certainly not my idea of where my holidays would be spent. Unfortunately, when addiction takes control of your life, it does not care what time of the year it is. For the first time of my life, I had become so desperate I realized that I needed help with my problem. I had no idea, no referrals, no basis in fact that Summit Estate was the right place. I was not even in the right frame of mind when I choose to enter. Nevertheless, it turned out to be the perfect start on my road to recovery…

-Patrick L.

Hi!!! Hope you are both well! Want you to know your work is still paying off AGAIN!!! I am past 4 months; I chair an AA meeting once a week. LOVE attending AA each day (well past 90 in 90). Working hard on step 4. Had started volunteer work; on hold for now due to the virus.

I have discovered that I have never accepted myself for who I am thus the self criticism and lack of self love/compassion. Well, I am working on that and starting to accept being gay. I have never said that to anyone! More important, deep inside, I am starting to realize that I am not a bad person because of that and that God still loves me for who I am, so I can too. My religion trained me to be ashamed, and I now know that is harmful to me.

That NEVER would have happened without the two of you! Please give my best to everyone on the team . . and I am good with you sharing the details if that helps others understand the very positive impact you all have on your clients . . .from the housekeepers, culinary team, counselors, Jimmy and the yoga team, you and leadership. What a wonderful program!!!!

All the very best to each of you!.

-James F.