What to Expect

This is what your personalized addiction treatment program at BrightView will look like.

It takes courage to face your drug addiction, and we’re proud of you for taking the first step at fighting substance use disorder. At BrightView treatment centers, our experienced team of caring and trusted professionals will work together to give you the best possible tools and support to successfully reach your goals through our outpatient program. You deserve the opportunity to regain control of your life. BrightView isn’t your standard “drug rehab,” and we are committed to walking with you along the journey of recovery.

Starting your Recovery

Making the decision to start recovery can be hard, and we’re proud of you for taking the first step. We are committed to meeting each patient where they are. Here are some important things to know about beginning.

Ongoing Treatment

After completing your treatment, we will evaluate your progress and transition you to the next step. Whether your next step is another treatment program or aftercare, we will equip you with the tools and skills to continue your recovery.

What We Expect From You

We want to maintain a safe, welcoming and respectful treatment facility for you to overcome your drug or alcohol addiction and these rules and expectations help us continue to do so.

Frequently Asked Questions

Detailed answers to our most frequently asked questions about our addiction treatment centers.

BrightView by the Numbers

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Less Medical Emergencies for Patients

Patients report a 1/3 decrease in emergency room visits after just 3 months and a 50% decrease after one year.

Fewer Alcohol Beverages Consumed

After only 90 days in program, BrightView patients report more than a 50% decrease in alcohol consumption on average, with many patients achieving complete abstinence.

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Health is Wealth

BrightView patients report a nearly 50% increase in engagement with nonemergent medical providers after just 90 days in treatment.

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