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“The first day Ally and I came to visit Lindner Center of HOPE, all I could do was cry because of all the thought and care that went into the Center. As a mother with a child with a mental illness it was horrible to have her admitted for treatment. This time when she was admitted for treatment at Lindner Center of HOPE it was of course difficult, but it was so much easier. Everyone on the unit was so kind to Ally and our family. Ally loved having her own room and everyone went out of their way to help her.”

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