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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Bridgeport, Michigan

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Treatment Centers near Bridgeport, MI

HealthSource Saginaw’s Pathways Chemical Dependency Center
3340 Hospital Rd. Saginaw, MI 48603
- 12 Miles Away
Saginaw Odyssey House
128 North Warren Street Saginaw, MI 48607
- 2 Miles Away
Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center Saginaw Outpatient
301 East Genesee Street Saginaw, MI 48607
- 7 Miles Away
Saginaw Odyssey House
1241 North Michigan Avenue Saginaw, MI 48607
- 7 Miles Away
DOT Caring Centers, Inc.
3190 Hallmark Court Saginaw, MI 48603
- 12 Miles Away
Aleda E Lutz VAMC
4241 Barnard Street Saginaw, MI 48603
- 12 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Michigan

Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center

Many different things to offer than other rehab centers.

- Gwen
5 out of 5
Richmond, MI

Addiction Treatment Services

Great, not many weaknesses

- Eric
5 out of 5
Traverse City, MI

Behavioral Rehabilitation Services

I wish I had found a place like Behavioral Rehabilitation Services when I first started using instead of 7 years later. It would have saved my family and I a lot of heartache. When my son was 2 years old I started taking pain pills. I’ve had migraines my whole life but they got extremely bad around that time and with a child I wasn’t able to just lay down for an entire day. My doctor prescribed me my regular migraine medication and some Vicodin. There were times when I would wake up with a migraine for days in a row and my tolerance for Vicodin became higher and higher while my migraines became more and more frequent. My doctor went from prescribing me Vicodin to Percocet to Roxicodone and the number of pills he was prescribing became higher and higher. Within 2 years I was a complete mess. My husband knew I was taking the pain medication and we could both see that it was becoming more and more of a problem. However, with the fact that I was in almost constant pain I couldn’t see any solution to the problem. The reason I started taking the pain meds was so that I could function and take care of our child when I had a migraine. As my habit became worse and worse we decided that I couldn’t really be trusted to take care of our child by myself and we started hiring a nanny to help me take care of our child. When we decided on this the reason I started taking the pain meds wasn’t there anymore. I couldn’t take care of our son when I had a migraine but I also couldn’t take care of him when I was taking the pain meds. At first I tried to stop taking the pills cold turkey. I couldn’t do it like that so we tried weaning me off them at home and that was a bad idea. I love my husband but that week where we tried to wean me off the pills almost killed our marriage. We realized that if we wanted to save our marriage I would have to go somewhere else to detox and so we found a place for me to detox. I was there for a week and a half and when I came home I had been off everything for 2 days. It was another 2 days before I started using my meds again. I think the only reason I’m still married to my husband today is that I never lied to him about what was going on. I never hid the pills I was taking or anything like that. It was when I started using the meds again that I realized I was well and truly a drug addict. Before that, I was in complete denial about that fact. I had thought that once I was off the pain meds I would completely okay with not using them again. It didn’t work out that way and 2 months later I was in my first rehab. I was a horrible person to everyone there. I was still under the impression that I wasn’t really a drug addict. Most of the other patients at the rehab I was at were there for heroin or meth or something like that. For some reason that made me think I was better than them when that really wasn’t the case at all. I relapsed after that rehab and the next 3 rehabs after that. Behavioral Rehabilitation Services was the 5th rehab I have been to. I got more help at BRS than at all the other rehabs combined. The facility is really beautiful and the staff there are wonderful. They made me confront my life and my addiction in a way that no one else has done before. They didn’t let me delude myself into thinking that my addiction wasn’t as bad as it was. After the 4 rehabs I had been to previously you would think that I would have confronted the fact that I was truly addicted to drugs. I hadn’t though, not at all. What was great about BRS is that while they made me confront my addiction head on they did it in a way that I was comfortable with and because of that I was able to get much more out of my program at BRS. At BRS I felt that I was understood so much better. Whether I was talking to my counselor one on one or whether I was in a group I felt like I could talk and be understood. I got the help I needed when I was at Behavioral Rehabilitation Services and because of that I able to take an active part in my son’s life. For the first time in years I’m being a mother and a wife. After so many failed attempts at rehab I feel like I’m in control of my life again.

- C.
5 out of 5
Harrison, MI