Hi. I'm Bella, and I'm twelve years old. I went to BRC on October 11th of 2020. When I first went to BRC, I was scared. I thought it would be terrible. I said when I first got there that I "wouldn't miss it when I left,". But boy, was I wrong. I cried and hugged everyone there when I left because I (hopefully) wouldn't see BRC ever again. I made many good friends, and I got very attached to the place. I was in Grissom and I was the oldest in that dorm, so everyone looked up to me. I liked that. In my first month of staying, it was close to Halloween. We got to go trick-or-treating in the day. It was great. Fast forward four months. I had about 20 friends there, and the place is pretty small. I was at BRC for shoplifting and just being rude. I'm ok now. I would recommend this place, and coming from a 12 year old who hates leaving her family, that means a lot. I had favorite staff members, including Miss Rachel, Miss Taylor B., and Mr. Jeff. God, I miss them so much. I can't believe it's been over a year now since I went.. It seems like just yesterday. Anyway, if you're a parent reading this, i would recommend BRC. If you are a kid reading this, you'll be in good hands. Thank you for reading my review, and I hope I helped :) --Bella
I was in the power dorm, great staff such as Mr. Champ, Mr. Tony, Mr.Jermey, Mr.Allen, and my favorite staff was ms.Shari she was a great, and helpful staff that trully cared and wanted to help kids, also my advacote Ms.Crystle which is a great person that i wish the best for. (May - October 2020) Ms. Kat was the best teacher. Food was pretty decent and way better than public school food Therapist : Mr. Otis (Age,13)
This place saved our bacon during an extremely hard time. The psychiatrists, therapists and nurses are top notch scientists. My son is transformed. He left with much better medicines and functional skills like chore completion!! Nothing is harder than handing your child over to someone else, especially when they aren’t themselves. The kind people at BRC kept me sane and gave me hope.