At Bridges of Hope, we are are committed on creating the right environment for sobriety and recovery--for life.
Our dedicated staff, specialists, and experts come together to help you break free from addiction. Every aspect of our work is aimed at helping you achieve life-long recovery. We have helped hundreds and will continue on this commitment to help more.
Our detoxification program is on-site, which means that our in-house medical staff can expertly monitor and support our residents during the process. We have a doctor and a team of nurses round-the-clock to ensure comfort and safety.
We treat you, our residents within our eclectic therapeutic community, as a family, much like our own families at home. We understand what each member of our family is going through, and we do our best to keep their health and well-being top-of-mind.
Rehab and recovery is an important investment in your life as well as in your family’s. We maintain quality care while providing reasonable prices with flexible payment options to help you sustain quality rehabilitation treatment.
Our residents’ families play a crucial role in their loved ones’ recovery. We work and regularly communicate with them about their loved ones’ progress and what can be done to support their within the program and as they get reintegrated back to their respective homes and communities.
We create a comfortable, comforting, and inclusive environment away from addiction triggers to help our residents heal physically, mentally, and spiritually. We also provide adequate amenities and healthy home-cooked meals.
We understand that every individual is different. With a personalized treatment plan, we also embrace the Eclectic Therapeutic Community approach to recovery, alongside the 12-Steps Program, to equip our residents with the necessary life skills for lasting sobriety.
Recovering from addiction requires physical, mental, behavioral, and spiritual healing. Our holistic approach in our program ensures this. Our facilities follow high standards and are also strategically located to cater to everyone across the country.
We are licensed and accredited by the Department of Health and the Dangerous Drugs Board. We also continually strive to increase our expertise as we regularly hold and attend seminars and conventions to be updated with what is latest in our fields.
Recovery doesn’t just end as soon as our residents finish the rehabilitation program. In fact, it is a life-long process. The instant our residents decide to join our program, they become part of our family and we ensure that they stay connected with us for stronger recovery even long after they complete the program.