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Treatment and choice if different methods Accomodations My experience with Behavioral rehab services was superb! The staff was welcoming and friendly, and all of their therapeutic programs were just what I needed and really helped me adapt a sober life. I actually miss all the recreational activities that the facility had to offer and I think those were a great help for all the clients struggling with their addictions. Besides that, I got to learn a lot of different skills from basic money saving and management techniques to cooking and arts, the whole experience was really what I needed. I would definitely recommend this facility to all the addicts out there who want to change their lives and want to learn a lot during that process. I want to sincerely thank my case manager who was always there for me, especially when I wanted to leave Brs. She made sense to me and reminded me of why I came here in the first place. If it wasn't for her, I do not know if I would be able to say that I am not clean and sober! In fact, all of the staff was truly kind to me including nursing, kitchen staff and everyone else. I made some great friends and am proud to be part of the BRS family. Thank you all!
Excellent family involvement and education re: addiction, great halfway house, first facility to introduce us to Vivitrol via their newsletter (after our daughter had left). Forward thinking. Not necessarily their fault (by law), but our daughter left facility without their knowledge with an addict she met there and we had no idea where she was. Created all kinds of stress for us and risk for her. Undermined all the progress she'd made. Our daughter has been sober and drug free for nearly 3 years. While we can't credit Brighton with her recovery (it represents a combination of several factors), I will always recall Brighton as the facility where we gained the most useful knowledge about addiction and its effect on brain chemistry, and ultimately learned about Vivitrol, which was instrumental in helping our daughter fight her Heroin addiction. Our daughter had been to other rehab facilities and detox centers and this was the first that offered new insight and thinking beyond the 12-Step programs. It's astonishing that the addiction recovery community was satisfied with that kind of success rate and essentially built in failure by promising every incoming rehab patient that "relapse is part of recovery." No wonder the heroin epidemic has reached the level it has.
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