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Residential

Substance Use Disorder

Identify and manage the symptoms of your addiction in an environment designed for healing.

Our Residential Substance Use Disorder program assists individuals and families struggling with alcohol and other substances by offering a controlled, therapeutic environment for healing.

Recovery from substance use disorders includes making lifestyle changes. Our residential substance use disorder homes provide an ideal place to begin this process. Our mission is to help you identify and manage the symptoms of your addiction, and provide direction on your road toward lifelong recovery.

What to Expect

Bridgeway’s “Therapeutic Community” is a safe and confidential environment designed for individual healing. Treatment is based on your personal needs, and includes individual, group, and family counseling, as well as holistic practices and recreational activities. Access to off-site meetings and self-development courses is also provided. Our multi-disciplinary treatment team will be available 24 hours a day, seven days per week to support your progress. A healthy environment goes a long way toward helping residents learn to self-manage their addiction and make positive changes. We encourage balance with recreational activities, access to off-site meetings and self-development courses, and nutritionally balanced meals.
Treatment Includes:

  • Evidence-based treatment strategies
  • Separate men’s and women’s facilities
  • 24/7 support staff
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Mentor services
  • Integrated care for residents from assessment through aftercare
  • Chef-prepared family-style meals

Length of Program

Average length of stay is 60 to 90 days. Recovery is a lifestyle decision. Bridgeway helps you transition after your residential stay with ongoing mentor support, counseling, and medication management. Our mission is to help you identify and manage the symptoms of your addiction and provide direction on the road to a fulfilling and healthy life. Goals after treatment include:

  • Continued contact with mentor
  • Housing, education, employment
  • Ongoing medication management
  • Transition group participation
  • 60+ days of abstinence
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