A Sober, Transitional Housing Option for Women Living in Recovery
The problems caused by drug and alcohol addiction can affect men and women very differently. Almost half of Brighton Center for Recovery’s rehab patients are women. Once finished with our addiction rehabilitation program, many women find that they are not ready to transition back to their original living environment. As with any patient, returning to previous living arrangements too soon can be detrimental to the success of their recovery. By choosing a transitional housing option such as the Women’s Transitional Home, they are assured a highly structured environment that is needed to help maintain the incredible gains that they made during their drug and alcohol treatment. Therefore, a transition home is often the final step in addiction treatment.
Due to the increasing need for a transitional sober living environment for women, Brighton Center for Recovery opened up a 16-bed women’s transition home that is located right on campus. Brighton Center for Recovery’s Women’s Transitional Home offers patients a safe and comfortable living environment that is staffed with compassionate and caring individuals. The patients find comfort and security living with fellow women who are on the same path to addiction recovery. Recovery is supported by a structured living environment where staff is present 24/7.
During their stay at the Women’s Transitional Home, patients continue to have access to some of the drug and alcohol addiction recovery programs and services that were available to them during rehab. Although the patients are continuing on an outpatient basis and are more independent, they still benefit from the support that Brighton Center for Recovery has to offer those in addiction recovery. This includes daily educational classes, drug/alcohol counseling in a group therapy setting, volunteer service opportunities, job skills training and an array of on-site 12-step programs.
Patients staying at Brighton’s professionally managed transition home feel safe and comfortable with fellow women rehab patients and staff members. The transitional, sober living option provided by the Women’s Transitional Home is among the many exciting opportunities to build recovery and fight relapse.
If you would like to be placed on our waiting list for admission to the Women’s Transitional Home, please contact our Customer Service representatives at 877-9-SOBER-1 (877-976-2371) or complete our Secure Online Admission Form.
For all other general information about Brighton Center for Recovery, please call 888-215-2700 or 810-227-1211.