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Behavioral Rehabilitation Services in Harrison

355 W Mannsiding Rd, Harrison, MI-48625 Visit Website
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Behavioral Rehabilitation Services is an all inclusive luxury and executive addiction treatment facility.


  • Client & Family Support Groups
    Client & Family Support Groups Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.
  • Mountains
  • Beach Community
  • Residential Neighborhood
  • Average Location/Amenities
  • Oceanfront
  • Wilderness
  • Private/Secluded
  • Resort
  • Luxury
  • Pool
  • Lake Side
  • Executive
  • Desert
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
  • Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only
  • Men/Women Both
  • Teen and Adolescent
  • Alcohol Addiction And Abuse
  • Drugs Addiction And Abuse
  • Sleep Disorder Treatment
  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
  • Counseling
Sara Ludtke Activities Director
Sara is certified in Therapeutic Recreational Specialist. She has been working in the medical field for the last seven years. Sara is very passionate about her family, friends and positive experiences. She lives to promote creative and uplifting outlets for people to engage themselves in. Sara creates and oversees all activities for clients, and also engages them in groups such as Art Therapy and Music Therapy. She loves volunteering to Global Brigades, which is a international non-profit that empowers volunteers and under resourced communities to resolve global health and economic disparities and inspires all involved to collaboratively work towards an equal world. Sara stated that she has grown up in a small town and it has taught her a strong work ethic and it provided an environment for great adventure.
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User Reviews

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Going to Behavioral Rehabilitation Services helped me so much. Prior to go I had relapsed after being clean for 10 years. In those 10 years everything was great. I met and married my husband, was working at a job I loved and was just generally very happy. Once I relapsed it all went downhill so fast. Within a week of my relapse I was using multiple times a day and was in danger of losing everything. My husband chose BRS for me and he did a really good job choosing a rehab. I couldn’t have found a better place suited to me and what I needed. All of the clients there were my age or older. So, there weren’t a bunch of people barely grown running around, getting into trouble just because they were bored. Everyone there had a life of their own they were trying to get back to and so we all worked really hard on our programs. It was great, having something so basic in common with everyone there. There food at BRS was great. The chef there created some amazing meals for us. Each one tasting good and healthy. The staff at BRS were the best though. They made me feel important and worth the effort to help me get through this. Everything I learned there was something that was easy to include in my daily life. I’m doing much better in my life now because I went to BRS. Going to BRS was life changing for me. I’m clean again and doing better than ever.
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Since my sister was a teenager she’s had problems with drug use. It’s a little different with her than with other people though. She’d have periods of time where she’d use more often or have stretches where she use almost regularly but she’d also have stretches where she didn’t use at all. Her drug use has been going on for 20 years and it’s only in the last 3 years that she developed a habit where she used daily. Before that, I wouldn’t have called her an addict. I always thought she used drugs much more than most people but not so much as to be considered a drug addict. The last 3 years before she went to BRS were bad though. She had a true habit, one where she used daily and didn’t have any stretches when she wasn’t using. Before this she’d never used for more than 6 months without stopping herself. In the last 6 months before going to BRS she was arrested twice for possession. The second time she was arrested our parents found Behavioral Rehab Services and when she called from jail to get bailed out that made her agree to go before getting her out. BRS is the only rehab she’s gone to. Every time our parents would get to the point where they were fed up and started looking into rehab, that’s when she’d stop on her own. In a rehab they wanted a place where my sister would be comfortable, knowing that she’d work harder on her program if she was. BRS was perfect for that. It’s a beautiful place. It looks like a ski lodge, not a rehab and there were a bunch of amenities there that my sister could enjoy while there. There was a lot that went into deciding on BRS, a lot of reasons our parents chose this rehab. The first is that they have different program options there. Because of that our parents could just send her there and let the professionals get her on the right program, instead of them trying to figure it out themselves. The second is that they take a holistic approach to treating addiction. They got my sister off every drug she was on and didn’t put her on different drugs to keep her off them. My sister was at BRS for 6 months. That was the third reason our parents chose BRS. It’s not a time based program. The people who go there for help stay there for however long they need to. My sister flourished there. I know she dealt with a lot while she was there, that she worked through everything she needed to. She also had fun there. She became happier, less jaded and more like the sister I had when we were younger. It’s been 3 months since she came home and she’s been doing great. We’ve had stretches before where she was clean this long, it’s different this time though. She’s so much happier now. It’s been 20 years since she was this happy and easy to get along with. What BRS was able to do for her is amazing and I’m glad she went there to get the help she needed.
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I was surprised at how nice going through rehab at Behavioral Rehabilitation Services was. I’ve been to a few rehabs in the last few years, trying to get off pain medication and BRS was the nicest place I’ve been to. I would have put up with a lot to get off the pain medication I’d become addiction to but, I’m glad it wasn’t like that at BRS. So, the pros and cons of BRS. Pros: The building is really nice. It looks and feels like a ski lodge, it doesn’t have that institutional feel that most rehabs seem to have. You can smoke there. Personally, I’ve never been to a rehab where you couldn’t smoke but, I’ve heard some horror stories of someone checking into a rehab only to find out that they don’t allow the patients to smoke. They have different programs at BRS and the program you’ll end up doing is one that works for you. The first rehab I went to only offered a 12-step program. Now, I know that works for some people, I’ve known people that swear by the 12-step program. For me, it felt weird doing it. Like, it didn’t quite fit with me or my personality and I didn’t understand why I felt that way until I went to BRS and was able to look at other programs and find one that did feel right. So, having the different programs available at BRS was a huge benefit. The staff working at BRS were perfect for their jobs. Some of the most compassionate and understanding people I’ve met work at BRS. One thing that really stood out to me about the staff was that I was a person to them. Not just an addict. They took the time to get to know me, to understand why I’d started using pain medication. When I explained to them how I’d first been prescribed the pain meds and what for, they understood. And they let me vent because, it sucks to have your life completely messed up because of a prescription you got from a doctor. With other people I’ve talked to about my addiction, it always felt like once they found out that I’d become addicted to pain meds, they didn’t care how it happened. The only thing that mattered was the fact that I wasn’t able to stop taking the pills, which made me an addict. It wasn’t like that at BRS. They took the time to get to know me and to understand my life. It helped me to start feeling like a normal human being again and the attitude they had was incredibly refreshing. You can stay at BRS for as long as you need to. You’re there for however long you need to be there. I was there for 4 months but while I was at BRS there was a person who stayed for just 30 days and another who’d been there for almost a year. I wasn’t rushed into completing my program and being able to take however long I needed definitely helped my recovery. There aren’t very many cons to BRS but there are a couple. The first is that the facility is in central Michigan. It’s beautiful there but, if you go there in winter, know that it’ll be cold. The food at BRS is good but, the photos I saw on the website made it seem like it would be something different than it was. Lastly, sometimes it seemed like there wasn’t enough people working there. The ones that work there are extremely dedicated and willing to help you no matter what they’re doing or what time it is. It seemed like they were run a bit ragged sometimes though. All in all, going to BRS was a really great experience that had the end result of me being clean, sober and able to stay clean and sober at home. I’ve been home for 2 months and haven’t run into any problems staying sober. I’d have put up with almost anything if this was the end result. The fact that I found a place like BRS just makes it so much better.