Location: Brighton, MI
Types of Services: Co-occurring Disorders, Detox, Extended Care, Holistic, Outpatient, Relapse Prevention, Residential, Spiritual, Substance Abuse, Transitional Housing
Populations Served: Adolescents, Adults, Families, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender, Licensed Professionals, Mandated Clients, Men, Seniors, Women
Contact Information: Virginia June, LMSW, CAAC, Director of Business Development 12851 E. Grand River Ave. Brighton, MI 48116
Ph: (810) 225-2569 Fax: (810) 220-5516
Brighton Hospital's chapel was donated by Henry Ford in the 1950s. The tranquility of the garden meets everyone as he/she arrives at Brighton Hospital! Photo by Karlest Ford, St. John Health
Brighton Hospital was founded in 1950 by Harry Henderson. One of Harry's colleagues was Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
All care at Brighton Hospital is individualized and includes input from physicians, nurses, master-level therapists, and case managers. We treat the whole person, physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. We have 30-day treatment programs available. We offer a 30-day addiction care program for clergy, Michigan health professionals recovery program, a women's halfway house, and a men's halfway house. Brighton Hospital has an opiate outpatient treatment program, an adult outpatient treatment program, and an adolescent outpatient treatment program. We also provide auricular acupuncture for ease of withdrawal symptoms.