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Private, Confidential Executive Drug Rehabilitation

At Behavioral Rehabilitation Services, your sobriety comes first. We are a private, inpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation center nestled among 80 beautiful acres of wooded land, surrounded by 20 lakes.  Our 6 scenic hiking trails and comprehensive fitness center offer unrivaled solace from your hectic every day. BRS provides guests the comfort of home. Patients receive nutritional consultation to help aid in the healing process. The 24/7, onsite counseling and security staff keep clients safe and are available for any need that may arise.

We customize our treatment plans to fit your unique needs. At Behavioral Rehabilitation Services, we understand the demands of an executive lifestyle, which is why you’ll have access to your laptop and cell phone during your stay.

Behavioral Rehabilitation Services’ modern facilities, amenities, and professional staff create the supportive, relaxing environment you need to rebuild the life you deserve.

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At Behavioral Rehabilitation Services, our priority is providing effective and customized treatment options for each client, empowering them to achieve the quality of life they deserve thru our inpatient drug rehabilitation program.

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Addiction recovery is a complex process of healing the mind, body, and spirit, requiring the right combination of support, compassion, and education. Our Executive Drug Rehabilitation Program is designed to adapt to each client’s needs, specifically targeting the various contributing aspects of drug addiction.  

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Our facility provides a comfortable and secure haven far from the stress of daily life. With the freedom afforded by 80 acres of beautiful, wooded property and our amenities, clients are able to relax and focus on their sobriety in our gorgeous, residential drug rehabilitation facility 

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