Brighton Hospital
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12851 GRAND RIVER RD, BRIGHTON, MI 48116 USA

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(810) 227-1211

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robert ferguson
robert ferguson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This place saved my life. If it was not for Brighton I don't know where
I would be. The staff and counselors are the best ! If you need help with a drug problem this is the place for you. Also the food is good to. So if you need help or a loved need help this is the place to call.

Uncle Duck

Mistie Felty
Mistie Felty

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Where do I even start, this place is a joke. They only care about the insurance they don't care about your individual health. They are so textbook it's ridiculous. They run this facility like a prison. I guess if you don't have a family or are homeless this would be a "vacation" for you. The only good thing I have to say about my visit is the actual patients that are there with you make a HUGE impact , just knowing that you are not a lone. On top of it the whole time I was there almost all the men were talking about every womens looks and body I mean really I never knew a rehab was a dating place. They try to make family and friends day look so "perfect" ha big frickin joke. I do not recommend this place at all.

Brian G
Brian G

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

The negative reviews here are hilarious. They are so obviously written by people who didn't follow the program or have glaring mental disorders; don't fret. I had an amazing time at Brighton... they truly saved my life. I've maintained 100% sobriety from alcohol since leaving after a 10 day stay (combined with AA meetings and therapy afterwards of course... you can't do it alone).

It's not perfect. The food is kind of blah (CARBS CARBS CARBS) and the water in the bathroom sinks smells like rotten eggs and makes you gag when you brush your teeth with it but it's well water what do you expect? While I was a patient there were four people cheating on their spouses with each other so don't do that; it's gross and a sure sign that your life is probably way more of a mess than you think it is. There are some bad eggs sometimes; it's a rehab so you have to kind of expect that. They usually give up and go home after a few days to shoot more dope so it's all good.

Despite the mental-midgets, I made quite a few friends here that I still stay in touch with. There are plenty of leisure activities to keep you busy as well as educational classes to teach you everything from coping skills to the science behind addiction. There are a few "teachers" (really just staff who have a dual-role) that kind of phone it in but the majority are awesome (VIC AND ABBY ROCK!).

Life changing experience. If you're a human pile of trash you won't get much out of it and you aren't going to stay sober anyway. If you have an open mind and truly want long-term sobriety, it's worth a shot. You only get one life.

Mohammed Najar
Mohammed Najar

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I came here for my addiction to cocaine and opiates. This place helped me to get my life in order. The first step is realising you need help. The staff was amazing in helping me deal with my issues and getting my life in order. They helped me with detox and finding the underlying issues that led to my addiction in the first place. I highly reccomend this place.

Christopher Gray
Christopher Gray

4 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

The impatient care is very good. The staff is nice and wants to see patients succeed. The didactics are very informational. I found group therapy to be my favorite part of the day because I developed a close bond with my peers, making me more comfortable to share things I wouldn't at, say, an NA/AA meeting. The food is pretty good. I habe always been pleased with Brighton until my stay at the Men's Halfway House. We were always told to make 90 meetings in 90 days but there were days I didn't go to meetings because new members can't leave campus. I was unjustly thrown out of the halfway house at 6:30 AM one day, only to be told it was a mistake and was invited back. Although I'd recommend someone going to their halfway house instead of an unsafe place, I felt like BCR didn't put much care into the operation.