Frequently Asked Questions
Getting into a rehab center for the first time can be an anxious step to an already volatile situation. But it doesn't have to be difficult. This is the first step towards recovery, towards a better tomorrow.
Our highly trained staff understands how daunting this decision can be and we'll help you every step of the way. We will work closely with you and your family to ensure you receive full support and are consistently encouraged on your journey to recovery.
If you have any other questions, feel free to get in touch with us through our Confidential Helpline: 09175098826. You may also send us a message and we'll get back to you right away.
Immediate family members (such as parents, siblings, spouse, or legal guardian) should sign documents and waivers provided by Bridges of Hope staff in order to admit someone for intervention.
There is generally no waiting list, but please check availability when you inquire.
Upon admission, you are given a step by step procedure and guidelines on your obligations and role in the program as a family member or co-dependent.
With proper coordination, cooperation, and documentation we should be able to help a family bring in their loved one who needs help.
Our facility is open 24/7 for admission and retrieval process. Just call our hotline, 09175098826, for assistance and coordination.
Yes we can, again, with proper documentation, cooperation, and coordination.
You may arrange this with our admin department.
The treatment lasts for one year, but because it is progressive, it depends on the maturity, performance and learnings of the resident.
They, the residents, will be advised to rest for a few days so they can be nourished physically and mentally before their program starts.
The first few months, the residents generally experience heightened cravings for the substances, so managing the withdrawal/detox program is top priority.
Our normal daily routine is packed with activities to help them identify who they are and how to work on their weaknesses and make them strengths. Complete program activities will be given to families upon admission.
Residents are divided and assigned their own departments and each of them have their own daily tasks that they need to accomplish before the end of the day.
There is no uniform, but we do have guidelines on what male and female residents should and should not wear, and this is handed out by the admin office.
Generally, this is a privilege that can be earned after a few months of treatment, when the resident have manifested genuine change and transformation.
No, gadgets and electronics are not allowed so that the residents will have no distractions.
We encourage the family to completely fill out the medical background report so we can proceed and manage the resident properly.
When there is permanent mental disability/condition, we would recommend transfer to the proper medical facility where resident can be treated accordingly.
Our medical staff handles their daily diet and nutrition plan.
We respect everyone’s religious affiliations and beliefs, and give them the necessary time and space to practice them.
Our medical director reviews all residents’ current and past medical history and makes medical recommendations accordingly.
Yes, the detoxification program is medically supervised and it is incorporated into the program.
Yes, family and marriage counselling sessions are provided in the facility.
Normally, visitations begin 7-8 months after admission.
The general rules of visitation are given to the family when the resident is given this privilege.
We take pride as the only center that provides free lifetime aftercare program and halfway house privileges.