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Since 1950, Brighton Center for Recovery has been providing treatment to individuals suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. Our substance abuse center provides many different alcohol and drug treatment options. At Brighton Center for Recovery, we focus on detoxification (detox) and have various specialized inpatient programs as well as intensive outpatient addiction rehabilitation programs. All drug treatment programs are customized for each individual and may include a 12-step program, counseling and aftercare follow-up.

Resources for Physicians, Hospitals and Therapists
Brighton Center for Recovery values our relationship with physicians and other professionals.  When referring a patient for substance abuse help, we will do our best to keep you apprised of your patient’s program status as they complete their drug abuse assessment.  Our dedicated staff of addiction experts is well informed on the many drug treatment options available and is committed to providing high-quality care and compassion to every patient.  We make every effort to have patients follow-up with their referring providers after discharge.  More for Physicians…

Resources for Visitors
Visitors to Brighton Center for Recovery enjoy our 92 acres of land, including rolling hills, gazebos, ponds, hiking trails and gardens.  Our campus offers a feeling of serenity and peace to all those that visit.  Other amenities include a hospitality room, chapel, gift shop and a café that serves snacks and beverages, as well as convenience items and recovery literature to both patients and the general public.  In addition, the surrounding metro parks and recreation areas within a short drive from our treatment center offer a wide variety of recreational options such as nature trails, golf, camping, boating, biking and petting zoos. More for Visitors…

Resources for Friends and Family
At Brighton Center for Recovery we understand the important role that family and friends play in the recovery effort of our patients.  In addition, we know that for every person in treatment, at least six to ten friends and loved ones are affected by their drug and/or alcohol abuse.  Therefore, friends and family are encouraged to join our Friends and Family Drug Abuse Program for family drug abuse help.  More for Friends/Family…

Resources for Clergy
Our Therapists and administrators  are willing to work with Christian churches, Jewish synagogues and other multi-denominational, inter-faith groups to bring substance abuse help to all who seek it, whether clergy or congregants.  Spirituality is a significant part of recovery. More for Clergy…

Resources for Medical Students
Brighton Center for Recovery is expanding the understanding and options of drug treatment through training for medical students, advanced education degrees for nurses, and specialized addiction training rotations for social workers. Brighton Center for Recovery addiction training offers specialized education and training covering the disease of substance abuse and addiction.  More for Medical Students…

Resources for Employers
As with any situation, dealing with drug and/or alcohol abuse in the workplace can be very difficult and complex.  Employers and co-workers need to review their options and take the steps necessary to get appropriate help and combat employee alcohol and drug abuse problems in the workplace.  Brighton Center for Recovery and resources such as Employee Assistance Programs or Employee Service Support Programs can help with the drug treatment that employees may need.  More for Employers…

Resources for Alumni
Brighton Center for Recovery has thousands of alumni who are experiencing the joy of sobriety and we are extremely proud of them! It is so rewarding to hear back from individuals as to how our drug treatment program helped them.  However, recovery does not end when treatment is over. In order to help solidify the gains made while at Brighton Center for Recovery, we encourage every Brighton graduate to take advantage of the celebratory sobriety meetings, support groups and other post drug treatment options available to them through our alumni programs.  More for Alumni…

Resources for Volunteers
Brighton Center for Recovery’s volunteer program focuses on giving back to families and patients who need help with substance abuse. Volunteers generously contribute their time to make Brighton Center for Recovery a center of hope, healing and motivation for patients and families recovering from drug abuse and addiction. More for Volunteers…

To begin receiving a confidential assessment and subsequent treatment at Brighton Center for Recovery, please complete our Secure Online Admission Form.