“Second to my surrender to recovery in AA nearly 25 years ago, attending The Bridge for 30 days was the most significant life improvement I have ever experienced.” - Alumnus “A”
Whether you have completed our admissions process and have made the decision to attend our program, or you are just interested in learning more about what attending The Bridge to Recovery is like, you are in the right place.
You have completed your over-the-phone assessment, decided our program is a great fit for your needs, paid your deposit, packed up, and are on your way to change your life.
When you arrive at The Bridge to Recovery, you will:
We recognize, and honor, that you took time away from your family, your job, and you made important financial sacrifices to attend. Because of this, we pack in as much as possible during your time at The Bridge, and your days will be very busy. Every moment at The Bridge is an essential moment toward understanding your underlying issues.
We have dedicated a whole section of our website to better understanding our Group Process. We truly believe the way we do the group process at The Bridge is what provides the best environment for healing.
One of the most common questions we get asked about is what our guidelines for communication are.
We recognize it is incredibly hard to leave you home, family, job, and life expectations. In general, your reality. However, we have found that our guidelines for communication are successful for the following reasons:
The Bridge operates on a similar schedule every day - 7 days a week – including holidays. We may alter the schedules for group activities during certain holidays.
There is little “downtime” during your stay, however we do accommodate time in our schedule for physical activity, self-care time, and rest.
Once our clients complete their time in our program, they will experience feelings of joy, relief, excitement, and understandably, some fear of what is to come. That’s why at The Bridge, our Alumni & Aftercare Team is so important.
Our aftercare team meets with all graduating clients to prepare for their time after The Bridge. During that meeting, they will:
Clients will have the opportunity to participate in a graduation ceremony unique to our program to celebrate not just their completion of our program, but the beginning of their recovery journey. Clients and clinicians participate in this experience, and it is a memorable one cherished forever by many of our participants.
Because we work diligently to set up our clients with a supportive and connecting experience post-Bridge, they often find the return home a healthy and positive transition. Clients having left our program are able to:
We recognize you will likely have many questions about what to expect during your time at The Bridge. Our Admissions Specialists will take the time needed to adequately answer your questions during your admissions process.
for a confidential screeningCall Today 1-877-866-8661
The Bridge to Recovery hires Butch Glover as the new Executive Director
“ Honestly the Bridge taught me something I already knew but had to remember. I am so damn special, valid, and important. Everyone in my life saw it, but me. The Bridge just showed me how to look in the mirror to see for myself. ”
- Jewel, Alumnus