ABOUT SUN RAY COURT
Operated by the New Horizon Care Center, Inc., Sun Ray Court is an urban facility set in a large red-brick building in central Spokane, Wash., a few blocks from the Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center. The center offers short- and long-term residential treatment as well as sober living arrangements for men.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Treatment programming at Sun Ray Court follows a combination of group therapy, individual counseling, and educational classes. The center was conceived to serve a multi-ethnic, culturally diverse, and often low-income population. When and where appropriate, special provisions for the hard of hearing and HIV/AIDs education are available.
There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its treatment staff. The two individuals surveyed by Best-rehabs.com to date, however, shared disparate experiences with the program staff: one gave five out of five stars for the level of staff support, while the other gave only one star.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its living arrangements and related offerings. The two individuals polled by Best-rehabs.com to date each gave four out of five stars for the quality of meals, yet they were divided on the quality of accommodations.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Two alumni of New Horizon Care Centers, Inc. have been polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing. One anonymous reviewer gave five out of five stars for both treatment effectiveness and accommodations and told Best-rehabs.com: “It was an overall good facility, but staff was not supportive.” Randall, the other reviewer, gave the facility an overall score of five out of five stars and told Best-rehabs.com that he “wanted to leave at first and in the end I wanted to stay longer.”
Secondary sources reveal similarly positive feedback. Bryant, one of three individuals to leave perfect five-star ratings on the facility’s Facebook page, shared his success story: “They help me more than any treatment center that I been to. Sun Ray Court saved my life and changed my life forever. I’m still in recovery and living in a oxford house. I thank Sun Ray for the great staff their and the great help.”
To date on Google, six ratings average 3.8 out of five stars. Craig gave five stars and wrote: “A great person centered inpatient substance abuse facility.”
Per the facility’s website, clients here are mainly state-funded, yet private pay and insurance plans are accepted in some cases.