About Treatment Center
Brighton Hospital, is a state-of-the-art addiction treatment facility located in Brighton, Michigan. Our treatment facility offers a supportive, welcoming, and healing environment for our patients so that they can feel secure in knowing that they made the right decision in seeking treatment here. At Brighton Hospital, we take the time to evaluate our patients through an initial intake assessment to determine the best course of action when designing their treatment plans. The treatment plans that we provide to our patients are custom-tailored to suit the patients’ needs and desires. We believe in treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have aided in the initial substance abuse problem. By incorporating innovative and cutting-edge research based knowledge into our treatment methods, we are providing out patients with the upmost level of care . We make it a goal to provide our patients with the tools necessary to cope with their newfound life of sobriety. These coping skills will be utilized in every aspect of the patient’s life, not just in treatment. No matter how severe the addiction is, a successful recovery is possible at Brighton Hospital.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
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Going here changed my life for the better.giving me techiniques to fight addiction and cope with life is some of the best things I've learned in all of my years being on this earth and it's kinda sad how the insurance companies treat sick people in fact it opened my eyes to how we all are products for America to be exploited but it's up too you how you deal with it and turn it around
Craig Daniels, 5 months ago
Brighton hospital was by far the best rehab facility I have ever been to. The staff, nurses, therapists, and even doctors all care SO MUCH. Literally every single employee there has been in our shoes and knows what we're dealing with. They focus on the core issues of what were "running away from" instead of making us sit through boring lectures. Each program they have is always interactive, even the nutrition class which I didn't think was going to be interesting (it was). I would just like to personally thank everyone at Brighton for all the help they have provided, especially Virginia and Mike Risk. They both worked with me personally and helped me sort out so many personal issues. Thank you Brighton for giving me another shot at life, I will never forget my stay.
Robbie Savinsky, 7 months ago
I've been clean for awhile now. Looking back at all of the many places I've been... Brighton was by far the best. I'd go there today just to kill a week and hang out... Seriously... Oh, and the food was awesome too! You will leave fat lol
Willy Nilly, 7 months ago
I recant and apologize for my previously submitted review about Brighton Pediatrics with both Dr. Bashar Qalieh and Dr. Ina Shamraj based on the fact that this is the wrong Brighton Pediatrics Office. I have no knowledge of how this Doctors office or their Doctors and staff conduct their business or themselves. I do give them 5 stars for what I do know and that is this; soon after my review I received a heart felt letter from their assistant manager asking if I had somehow made a mistake and how I could have done so, and then proceeded to tell me their medical procedure when it comes to the best interest of their patients and how they come up with a healthy medical plan with the assistance and the same goals as the parents, and that they only have the children and their families best interest at heart. I believe since they personally wrote me a letter and not some template and or just some quick email, I feel that them reaching out and writing me this personalized letter deserves a 5 star rating. HOWEVER... Dr. April Joy Ping at Pediatric Associates of Livingston PLLC. located at 8548 W. Grand River, Brighton, MI 48116 Ignored the pleadings from myself and my child for a different medical treatment and to look at the situation objectively and with the best interest of my childs health at heart, to clearly look and see the signs of a malnourished/underweight/overmedicated child and instead only proposed an increase in psychotropic meds because my child wasn't behaving because she didn't eat all day and couldn't sleep at night so she chose to eat when her medication that was already over prescribed wore off in the middle of the night, so they chose to fix her behavioral problem of not being in bed when she was suppose to and getting into the food at night with sleep meds. When I disagreed she stopped talking to me and made the decision with everyone else not even consulting or listening to my daughter say its making her sick to eat on it and showed her her ribs and collar bones sticking out, she only listened to anyone that agreed to an increase in psych meds. She only considered what the psych meds were prescribed for and nothing else, its as if she blindly wrote a scripts for someone that she had not medical knowledge of, because she considered no factors about my daughter medically and just wrote a script for a behavioral issue that does not warrant more meds when the cause is from someone who wants a child to behave and be quiet at all times and isn't a burden to anyone so medicates them on all fronts so the child appears more appealing. I have proof that her medical decisions to treat my daughter the way she did was detrimental to her health and after a professional finally stepped was able to prove and stop the continued damage that Dr. Ping's continued treatment was the cause of. If you want a doctor that cares so much that he will tell you the healthiest plan for you and your children no matter what and goes the extra mile and use to work at UofM and has studied some pretty remarkable medical procedures all over? Than I can personally say go to Dr. Mohammed El-Fouly in Brighton, MI "Dr. Mom" I have known him all my life, he's still my doctor, and his private practice feels like it was built on the definition of the best interest and what moral and medical ethics stand for.
Erika Chubb, 8 months ago
Have been going to Dr. Qalieh for many years and he's a wonderful, smart, patient, caring doctor. Our children like him and feel comfortable there. The staff is always friendly, prompt and professional.
Katherine Tarnacki, 8 months ago
I was seen right away. I was noticing something strange going on with my heart. They took me very seriously and did a EKG. They also did a chest xray. Also a bunch of other test. Nurses and doctors were very friendly and professional.
Tabitha Hall, 8 months ago
Very friendly staff, especially Ryan the PA. Awesome bedside manner. The woman who took my blood was very quick, gentle, and sweet. A little bit of a wait a few times while waiting for meds but nothing that the cheerful attitudes did not make up for.
Jessica Schira, 11 months ago
Loved the techs. Vic, Mike, Brian, Mike Rusk and therapist Debbie. There for a month. Great people!
Kathy Pugh, 1 year ago
I was a resident at BHRC way back during Y2K 16 years ago. I very pleased to say that I was given some KILLER TOOLS to fight my addiction! I've been fighting like Hell and keeping the beast at bay!!!!!! NEVER QUIIT QUITING!!
John Baxter, 1 year ago
Dr. Q is a great pediatrician. He cares a lot about the kids and has a great demeanor with them. He provides the parents with what the medical field recommends but ultimately lets the parents decide what they want to do. He does not make you feel like a bad parent for not wanting a vaccine and in addition praises lots of questions. Our newborn developed jaundice and he was able to tell us his bilirubin level exactly just by looking at him. He does not take a drug crazy approach, he believe most viruses just need to work themselves out of the body which we agree with. He was exactly the pediatrician we were looking for.
Mike Keling, 1 year ago
fr po, 1 year ago
Friendly staff they are awesome with kids. We are pretty laid back parents, not uptight about germs or freaking out about every little fever, runny nose, etc. and we seem to agree with Dr. Qalieh on everything we have discussed.
Jim Goodall, 4 years ago