Addiction is utilized as a chemical solution to a soul problem. And trauma creates the perfect storm for desperation to feel better…
What’s the importance of spirituality in addiction recovery? Join us and our panel of three licensed ministers as we discuss it in depth.
Why is it that we believe we are tainted so severely when we have been diagnosed with a mental illness? Why does the stigma of imperfection infect our minds to the extent that it only compounds the struggle that is already put before us?
Zach, a Masters level Therapist, relates the story of a woman who came to Brighton Recovery Center seeking treatment for addiction. This story is just one example of why Zach chooses to do what he does as a Therapist.
Ian Acker and Rachel Santizo with Fit To Recover have been taking their fitness program to both male and female inmates three times a week. The program is run boot-camp style and provides inmates with an introduction to the importance of fitness, for both mental health and addiction recovery.
TRICARE insures about 9.5 million U.S. uniformed service members, retirees, and their families. With substance abuse in the military on the rise, being in-network with TRICARE allows Brighton to join the fight.
Are you addicted to hope? Watch this four minute recap video from our 23rd episode of Recovery Soapbox and learn what codependency looks like.
Families of addicts can be traumatically impacted during their loved one’s recovery, so how can a family begin the healing process?
What does an alumni program look like in recovery and why is it important? The program made a big difference for Morgan’s recovery, so we decided to ask her for these answers.
Codependency is a dysfunctional relationship with yourself that is typically manifested with other people. Learn more about this and other topics in this short 5-minute video.