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.