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Very nice staff who are completely un judgemental It is pricey If it werent for Behavioral rehab services I would have lost my family and my job. Initially I was fearful of getting treated because I though Id be treated like a prisoner but everyone here treated me as if I were family. The facility felt like my home away from home. I had such a great experience here, the staff is phenomenal and the amenities are the icing on the cake. I really felt for the first time since a very long time like a normal person who is not a criminal. This gave me hope that I actually can handle my life and get it back on track. I have to say that I am still in a shock at how well my treatment went, and I can almost not believe it that it has been 3 months that I haven't touched anything. This is the longest I have been clean for ever since I started using, and I feel very stable and I do not think that I will eve have to go back to treatment. The individualized care that I have gotten from all the staff was fantastic. Everyone that I met was so nice to me, it really felt like I was family, and I still talk to some of them. It is nice they sincerely care about you, and want you to do w ll in life, and after you leave thy still keep in touch. If you are hesitating, I am recommending behavioral rehab to everyone.
I am a woman in long-term recovery because of Brighton Center for Recovery. Brighton taught me that long term recovery is possible and was definitely obtainable. I am now 29 years clean and sober from drinking two fifths of bourbon or 1.5 cases of beer, and a ton of speed and cocaine. I have been able to accomplish my goals of obtaining my masters degree, running a marathon and having two beautiful boys that have never seen me take the first drink or drug. Yes, I am an adult child of an alcoholic. Many generations died of this disease, I am the only one that made it out in recovery. Thank you Brighton Center for Recovery, for your guiding light! With all of the above, I have also been very fortunate to be a therapist for the past 14 years at this wonderful facility. Thank you to all the staff, maintenance crew, housekeeping, administrative staff, doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, milieu techs, dietary staff, unit clerks, administrative assistants, receptionists and anyone and everyone who has ever worked here, thank you for your dedication and service to this community! I have great admiration for each and every one of you!
When I decided to go to A Forever Recovery, I was ready to start a new life. I was determined to put the past behind and learn how to live my life without drugs. That’s exactly what I got from going to AFR, I learned how to navigate my life and my choices so that I wouldn’t fall back into the trap of drug use again. The tools I learned throughout my program are the reason that I’m still sober today. It’s been 6 months since I finished my program at AFR and I’m stable. By going through the program at AFR I learned so much about myself. I learned why I had been making the choices I was making and learned how to spot when things were getting harder in my life and to take a step back so that I didn’t fall into the same trap of using when I wasn’t happy or anything like that. When I was going through my program, I decided that going back home wouldn’t be great for me. I could have done it and stayed sober with what I learned at AFR but, because I had family in Colorado I decided to ask for help. Asking for help has always been hard for me. Whenever I asked for help from friends or family I felt like a failure and so wouldn’t do it. I was trying to do everything on my own and it wasn’t working for me. Going through my program at AFR helped me to realize that asking for help from my family wasn’t me failing but, getting support. So, I asked my aunt and uncle for their help and they’ve been amazing. My parents fully supported my decision to move away from them because it meant that I had a better chance at living a sober life. Since graduating from AFR and moving I’ve started working. I got a job 5 days after arriving in Colorado and I’ve been making it to work every day and I’m actually on time for it. I’m paying my own bills and everything else that comes with being an adult. Like I said earlier, I’m stable. Going from where I was before I went to AFR to where I am now since graduating is really great. I would have never imagined my life like this. Before I went to AFR I was positive that I was a drug addict and that I’d always be a drug addict, that I’d never beat my addiction and so I didn’t try very hard to beat it. Being around the people at AFR helped me to see that even though my life had been completely derailed by my addiction, going through the program and using what I learned there could and would give me my life back. The counselors at AFR helped me a lot throughout my program. Sometimes, it was just having someone to talk to about how my program was going or helping me deal with some issue I was having. Sometimes, it was the counselors calling me on my rubbish and not letting me get away with something that I’d have liked to have gotten away with at the time but, would’ve hindered my recovery. AFR isn’t on some busy street. It’s set back a way next to a lake and that privacy and serene atmosphere helped during my stay there. I was able to take a step back from my life, learn what I needed to learn and fix what I needed to fix so that I could start my new life without any extra baggage. I’m grateful for the time I spent at AFR, I’m a healthy, sober person now because I went there and it’s a rehab that I’d recommend to anyone needing help.
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