We treat the disease of addiction.
Addiction is a primary, chronic brain disease which causes dysfunction and leads to characteristic biological, psychological, and social manifestations. Recovery from addiction is a process of abstinence and change. Without treatment or engagement in recovery activities, addiction is progressive and can result in disability or premature death.
Our holistic, biopsychosocial approach is based on ASAM criteria and clinical best practices. Our facilities treat individuals 18 years and older struggling with active substance use disorders, including:
We offer individualized treatment plans that adhere to the medical model of addiction incorporating the use of medical treatment in conjunction with psychological and social services.
- Medical Treatment including appropriate withdrawal management, access to medically-assisted treatment (MAT) such as buprenorphine, naltrexone, Vivitrol, etc.) and behavior health medications
- Psychological Therapy by licensed professionals including individual, group and family sessions
- Social Support including case management and peer support to eliminate any barriers to successful recovery
All of this is offered in clean, friendly and stigma-free environments that restore dignity to every BrightView patient. We welcome new referrals to any of our locations through the Ohio Valley.
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