Brighton Hospital offers several types of rehab programs, including inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient drug treatment and partial hospitalization. Outpatient refers to a patient who is not residing at Brighton in a residential treatment program. In our outpatient drug and alcohol rehab programs, customized group counseling and educational sessions concentrate on a patient’s substance abuse treatment via a schedule that allows them to continue in their current living situation during rehabilitation. Brighton’s intensive outpatient drug rehab program is a viable and cost-effective alternative for patients who do not require more intensive inpatient rehabilitation.
The Intensive Outpatient Drug Treatment Program offers more support and guidance than traditional once-a-week rehab counseling. Treatment consists of three-hour group therapy and education sessions, held three times weekly. Brighton Hospital provides day, afternoon and evening rehab sessions to accommodate a choice of schedules. In addition to their outpatient rehabilitation program, patients are provided access to many Brighton sponsored 12 step programs, sobriety support groups and events, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Chit Chat, Tune-Up and the Friends and Family Program.
To begin the admissions process for treatment at Brighton Hospital, complete our Secure Online Admission Form . Alternately, you can call 1-877-976-2371. Our Customer Service representatives are available 8 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Monday-Friday; 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m. weekends.
Since 1950, Brighton Hospital has been helping individuals overcome their addiction problems. In addition to our outpatient drug treatment program, our top rated addiction recovery center provides rehab programs focused on detoxification, alcohol treatment, residential (inpatient) drug treatment, and partial hospitalization.