The Healthy Brain Resort

Transitional Housing
Mt. Charleston, NV
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White Fir Way
Mt. Charleston, NV - 89124

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About The Healthy Brain Resort

Last-Modified: 2020-03-26 09:40:56

Begin or continue your journey to better brain health at the Healthy Brain Resort, a private premier transitional community residence in The Healthy Brain Way of brain-recovery. At the Healthy Brain Resort, they address the primary causes of underlying brain-dysregulation inherent in nearly all mental health disorders. The Healthy Brain Resort is a premier recovery residence providing innovative drug and alcohol addiction recovery after a client has been detoxified and stabilized in early recovery. Residents receive individualized care with a customized treatment and recovery regiment to address their specific needs. Their primary focus is helping the brain to recover from pre-existing or substance use related brain-dysregulation, the primary cause of recovery challenges and relapse.

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