Deciding what level of drug and alcohol rehab treatment you need is not easy to do. That is why Brighton Center for Recovery has a first class, professional staff that will evaluate your addiction and determine the best course of treatment for you. Brighton Center for Recovery offers many different types of rehabilitation treatment ranging from intensive outpatient counseling to inpatient drug treatment. The type of rehab needed is determined for each individual patient that comes to Brighton Center for Recovery.
While some individuals may do well in our outpatient program, there are many reasons that others need a more highly structured environment that exists in our inpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs. Our inpatient programs are recommended for individuals that need to be more closely monitored and who cannot achieve sobriety in their current living situations. There are also those patients that have medical and psychiatric problems that may complicate the recovery process and therefore require inpatient treatment. Finally, an inpatient rehab program may be recommended if a patient has been admitted to less structured programs in the past and has been unable to maintain sobriety. “When a patient’s needs suggest a longer length of inpatient stay and a highly structured program, I look toward Brighton Center for Recovery with confidence in the program and respect for the understanding and experience of its medical staff.” says Eric N. Coffman, DO, a referring physician to Brighton Center for Recovery.
Treatment at Brighton Center for Recovery’s rehabilitation programs focuses on group therapy, educational lectures and videos, recreational therapy and rehabilitation counseling.
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