Brighton Recovery Center for Women

3.9 (3 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
375 Weaver Road
Florence, KY 41042
8594918303 Visit Website

Paying for Treatment

  • Insurance is not Accepted
  • Financing is not Available
  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Nobody wakes up one day and decides to become addicted to drugs. It usually happens slowly and insidiously, to the point that people don’t realize they are becoming addicted. Women are the fastest-growing segment of substance abusers in the United States: about 2.7 million American women abuse alcohol or drugs according to the Federal Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. The Brighton Recovery Center for Women is a part of the Recovery Kentucky network and is one of ten centers in the state that were instituted to help end chronic homelessness and combat substance abuse.

Brighton Recovery Center for Women Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

Reviews at a Glance

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Tricia

Strengths: Must complete 12 steps in order to move out. All counselors are recovering addicts and alcoholics as well as clients. Weaknesses: No help for mental health. This is a great facility to work...

Anonymous

The counseling and staff support was excellent.

Anonymous

Strengths: The cleansliness. Weaknesses: the budget, facilities. I dont know a whole lot, my distant sister was there.


Areas of Focus
Individualized Treatment

Some facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.

Holistic Therapy

Facilities that offer “holistic therapy” see and treat patients in the context of their entire lives and health status. They treat the “whole person,” not just the addiction.