Brylin Hospital is a leading private psychiatric and substance abuse treatment facility in western New York. Started in 1955, the hospital aims at providing quality and comprehensive services for children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients.
The hospital has a group of specially trained staff, including child psychiatrists, medical doctors, nurses, mental health technicians, social workers, teachers, recreational therapists and dietary specialists. A wide variety of inpatient and outpatient services are offered to individuals who experiencing substance abuse problems.
Psychiatric/medical care, individual therapy, group therapy, family counseling and education group, MICA program, therapeutic recreational activities and formal education programs are arranged as part of behavioral treatments. The hospital also directs electroconvulsive therapy - a modern medical treatment especially for certain illnesses that show mental or emotional symptoms.
Brylin Hospital is licensed by the State of New York Office of Mental Health, and the State of New York Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse.