In Northern California, Bright Future Recovery offers two residential detox homes, a family program, and an outpatient option post treatment.
About Bright Future Recovery
Bright Future Recovery in Northern California offers luxury residential detox homes for adults and adolescents. Their treatment methodology embraces holistic therapies that heal and engage the mind, body, and spirit. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can be included for clients whose conditions deem it necessary, as well. Each client receives options on how to gain greater self-awareness and self-love through mindfulness practices, fitness, nutrition, and relaxation techniques that boost self-esteem and productivity skills. Bright Future Recovery focuses most of their treatment therapies on a holistic approach, and some of these therapies include equine therapy, massage therapy, and physical fitness therapy. Additionally, their adult program can be tailored to an executive program where clients can use electronics to keep up with work responsibilities.
With a couple different locations in northern California, Bright Future Recovery offers luxury treatment houses. Their adult detox center is a 9-bed program for both men and women. They have private or semi-private rooms and bathrooms. Located on an acre of rolling farmland, they are able to offer a wide range of activities and amenities. Some of these include yoga, a pool table, basketball, a ping pong table, and spa services like epsom salt baths and essential oils. Bright Future’s adolescent center, located in the heart of Hollister, offers comfortable furnishings, outdoor space, and a patio. Bright Future believes it’s important that teens get help while being surrounded by those in a similar situation as to themselves, and that’s why they created this house as a safe space for adolescents.
Who We Treat
Men and Women
What We Treat
Healthy Meals are provided
Access to Nature
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