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Frequently Asked Questions

We at Brighton Center for Recovery understand that people have many questions about drug and alcohol addiction.  Below are answers to some of the more frequently asked questions regarding treatment at Brighton Center for Recovery.  For answers to questions not addressed or for general information, please contact us at 810-227-1211.

Q: I think I may have a problem with alcohol and/or drug addiction. How can I tell if I need help?
A: You can take a free self-assessment test on our Website to help determine if you need to seek addiction treatment.

Q: Who can receive addiction treatment at Brighton Center for Recovery?
A: Brighton Center for Recovery treats those who are ages 18 and older. Patients must have a primary diagnosis or history of substance abuse/dependence and be medically and psychiatrically stable.

Q: I want to seek drug or alcohol addiction treatment at Brighton Center for Recovery. How do I go about being admitted?
A: To begin the admissions process for addiction treatment at Brighton Center for Recovery, complete our Secure Online Admission Form. Alternately, you can call our admissions department at 877-9-SOBER-1 (877-976-2371). Our Customer Service representatives are available Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday  8 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Q: What items should I bring with me when I am admitted as a patient?
A: See “What To Bring” and “What Not to Bring” to determine appropriate items when packing.

Q: May I visit a family member who is an inpatient at Brighton Center for Recovery?
A: Brighton Center for Recovery has no open visiting hours for inpatients. However, we do allow generous amounts of shared time with inpatients through our Family and Friends Program.

Q: What is the cost of addiction treatment at Brighton Center for Recovery?
A: Brighton Center for Recovery maintains very reasonable costs for addiction treatment. Some individuals pay privately for their care, some have insurance coverage and others use insurance and then pay privately for longer stays. We accept most commercial insurances and managed care plans. Our business office can also help arrange self-payment treatment plans.

Q: Do you have opportunities for volunteers at Brighton Center for Recovery?
A: There are a number of ways you can become involved as a volunteer at Brighton Center for Recovery. See our Volunteer Opportunities page for details, contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 810-225-2527 or email volunteer@brightonhospital.org. Please add subject : I’d like to know more about volunteering at Brighton Center for Recovery.