Bridges of Hope opens a new branch in Lipa, Batangas, with contract signing held last May 3. Attended by Executive Directors Robert Ty and Benjo Bernabe, Senior Program Director Guillermo Gomez, as well as Administrative Director for the BH main branch, Catherine Ty.
This was held together with BH alumni Bernard Manuel, who spearheaded the new venture together with his mother, Melly Manuel. The contact signing was held in Alabang Country Club.
Bridges of Hope is one of the country’s leading drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers with several branches all over the country. Opening its doors only in 2012, it’s now also the fastest growing and one of the largest rehab centers, with branches in BF Homes in Paranaque, New Manila in Quezon City, Mandaue City in Cebu, Angeles City in Pampanga, and Sta. Rosa in Laguna. Now, it’s set to open another branch in Lipa, Batangas.
The new branch will be located in a 1,000 square-meter property, which used to be a Montessori, perfect for comfortably housing over 100 residents. The property also has enough outdoor space for residents to safely, securely, and privately explore while they are getting treatment.
BH’s treatment program is tailored specifically to the situation and needs of each individual resident. It consists of medically supervised detoxification, psychological and psychiatric evaluation, medical assessment and comprehensive medical tests, as well eclectic therapeutic community treatment and 12 Steps Program. Residents also get counseling, therapy, therapeutic activities, marriage counseling, and many more.