The Renaissance Project

Treatment Center
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A certified 100 bed non profit drug and alcohol rehab for adults in Westchester County NY. Sliding scale billing ensures access to all in need.

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767 Cape Road
Ellenville
Ulster County
New York
12428, United States
  • 100 Beds
  • Age Group
    18 - 99 years

Payment Options

  • Free
  • Self-Pay

Patient Population

  • Adults

More about The Renaissance Project

A 100 bed residential addiction treatment facility in Ellenville NY. For adult men and women, billed on a sliding scale based on family income and ability to pay. The project also operates 9 outpatient treatment facilities throughout the state.

The Renaissance Project Reviews

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1 month, 2 weeks ago

In 1990, I had just turned 18 when I entered this facility, where I spent 14 months. My time there felt akin to torture—though not physical, it was mentally abusive. As part of their 'therapy,' they forced us into a room stripped of daylight and clocks, making it impossible to tell if it was day or night. We would stay there for two to three days with a so-called counselor and four or five peers. During these sessions, everyone was encouraged to gang up on one individual, screaming at them until they broke down. This was somehow considered therapeutic. Moreover, breaking any rules meant sitting on a chair in front of the entire facility while a peer shaved your head using only a pot of water. All this occurred under the watchful eyes of everyone present. Afterwards, you had to wear a large cardboard sign around your neck for weeks, detailing your transgression. This place was far from a positive environment. I advise everyone to stay away!

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How much did you pay? Free
How did you pay? Public Assistance
4 years, 4 months ago

I am probably th first graduate from ellenville then Westport ct. Went on to direct renaissance in ct. why did renaissance close? it breaks my heart .

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How much did you pay? Free
How did you pay? Public Assistance
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