Brookhaven Hospital Reviews, Cost, Complaints

Brookhaven Hospital

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The Basics

Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Brookhaven Hospital provides residential and outpatient treatment in a structured setting. This facility offers services for substance abuse, mental health and eating disorder issues. From medically monitored detox to individualized treatment plans to aftercare, clients are guided through every step of recovery.

Accommodations and Food

The 64-bed residential facility is set up like a traditional treatment center, so expect an institutional vibe. Bedrooms are shared, featuring twin-sized beds, adequate closet space and a desk. The facility also includes a common area with a TV, a dining room, lecture hall, therapy rooms and therapist’s offices. There is no gym, but there is an outside area for clients to get some fresh air. Eight smoking breaks per day are allowed.

Three healthy meals a day are provided for residents. The menu includes homestyle favorites like meatloaf, lasagne, beef stew and macaroni and cheese. A salad bar is available at lunch and dinner. Special dietary requests can usually be accommodated. Coffee is available in the mornings and snacks are provided in the afternoons and evenings.

Treatment and Staff

Brookhaven Hospital clients are separated per program, but dual diagnosis support is offered as part of the substance abuse track. Treatment time usually lasts for 30 days, although it may depend on the individual’s needs. A medically monitored detox is available and is included in the cost of substance abuse treatment. Detox takes place in a segregated unit and clients typically join the others after three to five days.

The residential programs offer 24-hour support, with medical monitoring and a rigorous, daily schedule of therapy. The substance abuse program offers individual therapy at least once a week and group therapy for several hours each day. Evidence-based modalities such as CBT and DBT are used in both group and individual settings. Group topics include relapse prevention, trauma, self-esteem, life skills, introduction to the 12 steps, communication, grief, parenting, codependency and anger management. In addition to daily therapy, attendance at two off-site AA/NA meetings is required each week, allowing clients to become part of the local recovery community.

As discharge time nears, residents work with their primary counselor to map out an efficient aftercare plan. Outpatient services at Brookhaven include medication management, individual therapy and group therapy. Outpatient clients are also required to attend at least two AA/NA meetings per week. Typically, clients receive these services on a weekly basis for eight to 12 weeks following discharge, but they can continue as long as necessary.

The behavioral health staff of Brookhaven Hospital includes three Master’s-level therapists, one of whom is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC), three licensed clinical social workers (LCSW) and several Bachelor’s-level therapists.

Extras

Medication management and psychiatric services are provided for mental health issues. Family group is offered in a therapeutic setting, allowing family members to participate in discussions about codependency and boundaries.

In Summary

Brookhaven Hospital offers comprehensive, short-term care for those suffering from chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders. The hospital has a luxury price tag, but doesn’t really offer anything fancy, just quality medical treatment and medication management. Overall, this program provides structured support for those in the Tulsa area who need 24-hour care.

Brookhaven Hospital
201 S Garnett Rd
Tulsa, OK 74128

Brookhaven Hospital Cost: $33,000 (30 days). Reach Brookhaven Hospital by phone at (877) 629-7518. Find Brookhaven Hospital on Facebook

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8 Comments

  1. Horrible treatment! I agree with the reviewer who said to avoid at all costs. There are MUCH better options out there. This place is run down, dirty, in a sketchy part of town, and the staff doesn’t seem to care at all. The TBI arm is shameful. I think they just want your money. Don’t give it to them!!!

  2. This place was awesome. I needed some help to deal with a very difficult thing in my life and they were wonderful! From the staff to the nurses, to the Doctors, I was very well taken care of. I am now a very successful guest speaker and pastor because of my time here. You are the best and I will praise God for you until the day I die! Hey Babs and Heather, Chris, and Miss Tammy! You guys rock! If there is anything praise worthy in my life it is because you cared! Keep on keeping on. And if I don’t see you in there, I will see you in the air! Be blessed. And Miss Cle, you are a treasure, a pearl among women. God bless all that you are. Brother David Rowe.

  3. Avoid brookhaven tulsa at all costs!!!!! The nurses aren’t properly trained for medical emergencies. My husband had to be taken to the ER and the nurse on duty acted as if he was an annoyance. She stated” what now” when he was complaining of abdominal pain. He had a blockage. They allow patients to “bully ” other patients without trying to rectify the situation. I will never recommend this joke of a rehab facility. When you call to complain they don’t transfer you to the appropriate people. Incompetent people who need a different career choice

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