Discover how BrightView is shaping the future of addiction treatment and impacting the lives of those in the communities we serve.


BrightView patients are often surprised when, as part of their recovery, they are truly seen as people. We treat you like a person and addiction like a disease. And we’re starting to see our community partners do the same.


“Meet them where they are, work like hell to get them somewhere better”

We can buy the drug that kills more Americans than any other at the grocery store. Legally. Every day of the week. While overdose deaths from fentanyl and its sinister cousins have seized the spotlight for years — some 112,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2023 — alcohol-related diseases kill many, many more people — 178,000 Americans every year, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

Navigating Recovery Through The Courts: Officials Learn How To Help

First Justice Lisa F. Edmonds recalls sitting at her bench under the low ceilings of the Falmouth District Courthouse, listening to a defense attorney list acronym after acronym: abbreviated stages of substance use care recommended for the attorney’s client. She said she turned to the clerk beside her and asked for clarification on the alphabet soup of terms indicating the steps along the way to recovery.

BrightView Health Now Serving 5,000 Patients across the Bluegrass State

BrightView Health is serving a record number of patients recovering from a substance use disorder — more than 5,000 just in Kentucky. Since opening its first Kentucky location in 2020, BrightView has expanded to offer its addiction treatment program to Kentuckians in all regions of the state. With 17 centers, most residents in the Bluegrass state now live within 30 minutes of a BrightView center.  

BrightView team celebrates 3 years of addiction treatment in Mansfield

“Our patients are dedicated and enthusiastic about their recovery goals, which motivates our team to do everything we can to help them succeed,” the community outreach coordinator said. “We believe there should not be any barriers to quality addiction treatment.”

BrightView Health’s Lynn Addiction Treatment Center’s open house highlight recovery success

Millions of people nationwide struggle with addiction.  More than 2,400 Massachusetts residents died from drug overdoses last year.  “Addiction devastates individuals and their families,” said Daniel Buhay, community outreach manager at BrightView’s Lynn center. “That is why learning about addiction treatment and recovery are so important.”

Hamilton County overdose deaths drop to nine-year low in 2023

Shawn Ryan, founder of BrightView Health treatment clinics, who was among the earliest medical partners in the fight against the opioid epidemic. “It would be like having no FEMA with a hurricane,” he said, referring to the federal emergency relief.