We are continuing to serve people every day. However, we’ve made some necessary adjustments to our services in order to prioritize the health and safety of both our staff and the people we serve.
We will closely monitor the progression of COVID-19 and follow orders from federal and state officials to determine when it is appropriate to begin reintroducing some of our services.
The decision to reduce our services has been difficult but necessary. We fully understand that while we are decreasing our services, people’s need for support is increasing. That is why we are committed to providing virtual outpatient treatment and keeping our medically managed withdrawal program operational as long as we safely can.
Currently, all of our outpatient mental health and addiction counseling services have transitioned to secure telephone calls and a secure, virtual platform called Microsoft Teams. This will allow clients to continue individual and group treatment with a counselor remotely.
Those interested in enrolling in outpatient services with Bridgeway can complete a registration process over the phone with an intake coordinator. Please call (503) 363-2021, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our newly implemented chemical dependency and problem gambling Intensive Outpatient Program can provide more than eight hours per week of virtual support through individual counseling sessions, groups, and peer support. For more information, call (503) 363-2021.
Our medically managed withdrawal (detox) program is open with new safety protocols in place to keep patients and staff healthy. We are extensively screening anyone who may be admitted into treatment. Visitors are not permitted at this time. Thank you for understanding.
Due to COVID-19 physical distancing requirements, we are not currently accepting new residential admissions. We hope to reopen some of our residential treatment services in early 2021. However, we have implemented an Intensive Outpatient Program to meet the needs of those struggling with chemical dependency and problem gambling.