GET HELP TODAY!
Brighton Recovery Center understands that your recovery is everything. If you don’t have your recovery, you have little else. We are committed to staying connected with you throughout your journey- before treatment, during treatment, and after treatment. We know that people who stay connected to the recovery community have a much higher rate of success than those who do not. Your recovery starts with you and your decision to come to treatment. Your recovery is everything at Brighton Recovery Center.
TAKING THE FIRST STEP
The process is simple. You contact us via phone at 1.844.479.7035 or email at
We take your insurance information and have our experts look in to what your benefits cover and promptly get back to you with a determination of how you should go about coming to us. We will usually recommend an episode in a safe detoxification environment to ensure that you are well taken care of before coming to the center. Don’t worry you won’t be alone. We will be there every step of the way to make sure you have what you need and that you are well aware of what is going on. We will then facilitate your transportation from detox to our center.
What treatment will cost you is dependent on a multitude of factors. When you contact us, you will work with a member of our highly trained admissions team to determine the cost based on your individual needs. We will work with you to determine what the best fit is for you and your family. Different ways that people typically pay for treatment are as follows:
We can work with most insurance providers. The majority of our patients pay for treatment with their insurance benefits. Insurance can be tricky to navigate but don’t worry, we have experts on staff that can take your insurance information and help you determine what is and what is not covered at no cost to you. We are focused on finding you help even if we are not able to work with your insurance coverage or financial capabilities. We will work hard to get you to treatment that does.
Some people choose a private pay option for treatment, meaning that they use their own resources to pay for treatment. Sometimes families and friends pool together resources to get their loved one to treatment. We view treatment as a service and an investment. People that feel comfortable paying for treatment out of pocket are investing in a future for themselves and their families with the idea in mind that not investing in their future now will end up costing a lot more (and more than money!) in the long term.