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Treatment for Michigan Health Professionals

Brighton Center for Recovery’s doctors and nurses know that drug and alcohol addiction can happen to anyone, even those in the health care professions.  They know that physicians, nurses and other health care professionals are not immune to this disease.  In fact, people that deal with trauma as part of their profession may even be at higher risk for drug and alcohol issues.

Treatment for Michigan Health ProfessionalsApproximately one-half of Brighton’s current drug treatment doctors and nurses are in recovery.  Due to their personal and unique experiences, they understand and are dedicated to meeting the needs of other doctors and nurses through the HPRP Program.  With our innovative drug rehab options, doctors, nurses and other health care professionals receive drug treatment fitted to their individual and professional rehabilitation needs.

Our staff offers encouragement to fellow health professionals undergoing addiction treatment.  This often times makes the difference in creating a successful drug rehab program.  We offer the tools and assistance needed to help professionals achieve sobriety and return to their calling of helping others. Brighton Center for Recovery boasts the highest number of board certified physicians in addiction medicine and CARN (Certified Addiction Registered Nurse) certified nurses in the nation.

Treatment for MI Health Professionals

All of Brighton Center for Recovery’s full time physicians and staff participate in continuing education programs to assure that they remain leaders in their field.  That is what makes Brighton Center for Recovery a national leader in addiction treatment and why so many patients choose us for their drug rehab care.

To begin the admissions process for treatment at Brighton Center for Recovery, complete our Secure Online Admission Form. Contact the admissions department at 877-9-SOBER-1 (877-976-2371) with questions about the admissions process.

For general information and to learn more about our HPRP, call 888-215-2700 or 810-227-1211.