COVID-19 Updates to Our Services

Important Bulletins

Bridgeway is a new kind of healthcare organization
providing addiction recovery, problem gambling treatment, mental health therapy, and primary medical care.

As a Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH), Bridgeway provides integrated health care services to people whose lives have been impacted by the symptoms of addiction, mental illness or problem gambling.

Based on the idea that individuals should be treated holistically, we offer education, compassion, and treatment support for managing addictions, while also providing regular medical attention for the well-being of the body.

Our staff will help you recognize your symptoms and recover from your illness. With proven methodologies we hope to give you the tools you need to make better choices for better living, and to make health a habit for life.

For people just like you.

People from all walks of life will struggle from time to time. Getting help when you need it is a sign of strength—not shame. Bridgeway is a place where you’ll be treated with dignity and respect, wherever you’re coming from.

New to Bridgeway?

Welcome! We are glad you’re here. Whether you are looking into services for yourself, or a loved one, we understand that it can be a little confusing to navigate at first. Just remember you’re not alone, and we’re here to help.

The following pages provide a good place to get acquainted with our treatment services. If you have any questions along the way, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Our Hallmarks

Healthy people.
Healthy community.

We all want our city to become a better place to live. Knowing healthy people are the foundation of a strong community fuels our mission to help people improve the health of their mind, body, and relationships. That’s why we partner with the local community supports who want to help people — and their city — flourish.

Your home for primary care.

Need to find a primary care physician? We may be the best option. Bridgeway is now a certified primary care provider, which means you can choose us to be your main point of contact for all your health care needs. It’s another way for us to help you get healthier — in every way.

A community of support.

We see ourselves as part of a network of organizations and groups committed to helping you make choices that lead to a healthy lifestyle. From transportation, to job assistance, to mentoring; we’re here to open doors to all of the resources in the community that are there to help. You may not have realized it, but there are a lot of people out there ‘rooting for you’.


We have launched a comprehensive new program for online/remote counseling groups. When meeting in person isn’t an option, this is the next best thing.

What's New

Gambling in Sight: Seeing Problem Gambling in 2021

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month, and a great opportunity for us to learn more about the risks of gambling.

Salem Saturday Market

Come visit our booth at the Salem Saturday Market this season.

Latest Videos

Dedicated to the many in our community whose struggles are real, and whose hopes for the future are running thin. A reminder that something better is out there. That there are people who've made it through, who care. It's a story that's all too common, but maybe not in the way you'd assume.

At Bridgeway, we take a different approach to recovery—one that’s centered on respect and empowerment. With integrated, holistic care, we help clients work through addiction and mental health issues without judgment or stigma. Learn more about our mission to offer treatment that contributes to a healthier, thriving community.

There is more to mental health and addiction issues than people often think. Learn how a holistic view of healthcare allows the Bridgeway team to better empathize with, and help, their clients.

Tim Murphy and the team at Bridgeway discovered that providing a smoke-free environment actually helps clients recover from drug and alcohol addictions.

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Visit us at the Saturday Market today and learn about our services!
Today is #WorldHealthDay. This year's theme is, "Building a fairer, healthier world for everyone."  At Bridgeway and Clear Paths, we believe everyone deserves access to mental health and substance use treatment, and to feel unashamed in seeking help--regardless of race, religion, political belief, gender identity, sexual orientation, economic condition, or any other factor.  The events of the past year have led to an increasing amount of people needing the support we provide. Let's remove the stigma and barriers that prevent people from reaching out for help, and let's build a fairer, healthier world for everyone. 🌏
We're honored to be nominated again for Best Recovery/Treatment Center in the Willamette Valley! Last year we were honored to win Gold in this category. If you're so inclined, vote for us again here:  But at the end of the day, it's not about competition--it's about making sure everyone gets to lead their healthiest, happiest life, no matter where they seek support.
#Meetourstaff  As a Medical Assistant in Bridgeway’s primary care clinic, Micaela spends a lot of time on the phone with patients. But for the majority of those conversations, she’s doing the listening, not the talking. Sometimes she’s supporting people through their grief and pain, other times she’s sharing in their joy of landing a new job or visiting their kids that upcoming weekend. Whatever the reason they’re calling, Micaela knows they do so because they trust they won’t be met with judgment for their past or current struggles. “It’s hard to acknowledge when you have a problem,” said Micaela. “Just the fact that they’re seeking primary care is a huge accomplishment.” Bridgeway’s primary care clinic integrates medical care with addiction and mental health treatment through a trauma-informed lens. This means that our providers recognize that many people use substances to cope with trauma that has occurred in their life, or that the trauma they’ve experienced can exacerbate a mental health condition. Providing this trauma-informed medical treatment ensures that the patient receives holistic, stigma-free care. But in Micaela’s opinion, the best treatment our patients receive isn’t medicine, it’s compassion. “[It’s all about] building that relationship and trust,” she said.