Brighton Recovery

B righton Recovery Center opened the doors to its new, state-of- the-art, 20-bed facility in July 2015, in South Ogden, Utah, in a former 19-acre, 36,000-sq.-ft. monastery. “We had to change that building very little because the nuns had it set in a way where all the single rooms were already built out with their own bath- rooms,” says CEO and Executive Director, Jonathan Saul. “It’s a pretty big space for a few people.” Brighton opened its second location in Sandy, Utah, in July, 2017– a 17,000-sq.-ft. facility on seven acres of pristine mountainside property. “We call it Willow Creek. It’s also small - it’s a 16-bed facility, so in total, we have 36 residential beds.” The relatively small size of Brigh- ton Recovery Center’s two residential populations is keeping in sync with its philosophy of offering the best in indi- vidualized care in an environment that is conducive to healing. “Our staff is BRIGHTON RECOVERY CENTER 3 Recovery Center ONE PERSON AT A TIME AT A GLANCE BRIGHTON RECOVERY CENTER WHAT: A 24-hour rehab center treating addiction and mental health issues WHERE: Ogden, Utah WEBSITE: