BrightView is happy to announce the opening of its newest center located at 8120 Garnet Drive in Dayton, OH. The 9,600 square foot facility will provide full outpatient services to the surrounding community.
BrightView’s newest center is now open! Located at 126 East Second Street in Chillicothe, OH, the 6,500 square foot facility will provide full outpatient services to the surrounding community.
Take a quick virtual tour of our Cincinnati facility located at 446 Morgan Street and get a sense of the quality of care that is provided at BrightView.
If you’re curious as to what our facility is like, this is the perfect opportunity to explore our clinical setting to get a feel for what to expect when coming to BrightView.
To provide those who suffer under the burden of chemical dependency the chance to recover in a place where they are welcomed, encouraged, and respected. Through the use of the latest medical treatments and in conjunction with psychological and social services, we will provide the necessary support to help people achieve their mental and physical goals. This model allows for patients and their care providers to collaboratively ensure that each individual reaches their maximum potential in recovery.
BrightView’s treatment program includes a comprehensive plan for symptom management, medical and psychological stabilization, and supports the early phases of recovery.
Although medication-assisted treatment is an important part of the model at BrightView, pharmacotherapy alone is often insufficient to comprehensively address patients with substance use disorders. We believe that we have an additional level of responsibility to patients with addiction. Through a combination of appropriate medications, and in conjunction with appropriate psychological and social support, our patients can find a path to meaningful long-term recovery.
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In-Network Insurance Providers: Aetna, Anthem, CareSource, Humana, Medical Mutual of Ohio – Mercy Health HMO, Medicare, Molina, Paramount & UnitedHealthcare
For a more detailed list of insurance providers we accept please visit our FAQ page here
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“I really love how this program is run. We all learn as we go. It feels like a big family and is very supportive.”
“I’m so thankful to BrightView’s physicians and staff, they saved my life. I am feeling good mentally and physically. I am getting stronger everyday.”
“Dr. Ryan and the entire staff at BrightView are amazing. Everyone is so empathetic, understanding, and respectful.”