This place was a joke; almost like when a group of kids decide they want to open a grocery store and obtain a plastic cart, Fisher Price cash register, and Mickey Mouse phone. Management is arrogant and discriminatory and on an obvious power trip. They are in a clique and have their "favs." The nurses are appalling. Somewhere along the way they got the impression that they were hired to eat, smoke, and gossip. And if they don't like you, watch out! They'll get together, conspire, and engage in a letter writing conspiracy to management until you're termed. They know nothing about psych or patient boundaries and encourage the constant use of medications, while constantly permitting patients to leave groups and come to nursing for minor complaints. So, in essence, they just swap out one drug dependency for another (Vistaril and Neurontin are their favorites) without addressing the issue that led to the drug dependency in the first place. Without going to groups and processing through issues, you won't advance. The answer is not in pill form, at the bottom of a bottle, or at the end of a needle, but this isn't the message they send. This makes me wonder what kind of issues they themselves have and how prepared they are to help people in acute crisis situations, but management backed them. I still hear things that go on there...and I smile. They aren't well liked; people know their character. Remember, you do good and good comes back to you. You do bad and it catches up to you. That's called karma and you can't escape it!