We have the expertise and the empathy to help you through addiction treatment.
The medical professionals and clinical experts at our substance abuse treatment facilities include doctors, advanced practitioners (nurse practitioners), licensed professional counselors, certified peer recovery support specialists, registered nurses, licensed chemical dependency counselors, physician’s assistants, licensed social workers, and more to support your recovery journey. Each one is driven by compassion and a desire to improve the lives of their patients with substance use disorder.
Drug Abuse Treatment Plans
We know the best ways to treat substance abuse because we practice them every day. We’re constantly innovating with new technologies, outpatient treatment and approaches. Some of our treatment options are individual counseling, group therapy, and medication-assisted treatment. And most importantly, we understand how to give our patients the tools they need to reach long-term drug addiction recovery through our outpatient program.
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If you’re ready to regain control and start a personalized medication-assisted drug rehab program for your unique needs, we’re only a phone call away.
BrightView by the Numbers
For patients in withdrawal, our average time to appropriate Medication Assisted Treatment (usually buprenorphine) and completion of the first counseling session is less than 4 hours from walking in the door.
Over 90% of BrightView’s clinical staff, including counselors, social workers and licensed chemical dependency professionals, have master’s degrees.
It requires empathy and understanding. 100% of our Patient Access Specialists have been personally affected by addiction. Some are in long-term recovery, so they understand what patients are going through.