Our admission process is simple, confidential, and the first step to changing your life.
Registering for one of our upcoming start dates is easy (visit our Admissions Start Date Calendar). Simply give us a call to learn more about our program. We want to answer your questions, and you can share with us as much (or as little) information as you are comfortable.
When you call, you may find that we ask the following:
This gives us more information about our outreach efforts which come from all over, including:
Sharing this information with us simply allows us to be fiscally smart with our efforts, which in turn helps us keep our admission costs as affordable as possible.
We understand that picking up that phone to call us can feel like 10,000 lbs. We have found that with our small admissions team, callers often find it helpful when we can understand their situation better,
A caller that states, “I’m struggling with drugs, and am looking for a place to go,” provides us the opportunity to share with them that while we are not a primary treatment program, we are happy to provide a referral to programs we know and trust.
A caller that states, “I’m struggling in my marriage, at work, and just find myself unhappy all the time,” provides us the opportunity to then share more about our program and that we could be a great fit for their needs.
While the first caller would likely not be interested in hearing more about our program, the second caller most certainly would. By sharing this information with us, we are immediately able to tailor the information to each unique caller.
When folks call our office, they often have the impression they are calling into a large call center and are one of a thousand daily callers. That is simply not true for us. Our small team of just 3-4 admissions folks answers only a few dozen calls each day.
We want to get to know you, your situation, and your needs so that we can best help you. Sometimes, calls drop or are disconnected. You picked up that 10,000 lb phone and your call is important to us!
By giving us your name and phone number, we are able to make sure we can keep connected until you are ready to either (a) move forward in the process, or (b) are no longer interested in our services.
Staff at The Bridge to Recovery, including admissions, clinical, and support staff have completed (at least) our 2-week residential program. We call this our staff “Immersion Program” and find it critical to our team’s success in understanding the client experience.
If you have decided that our program is right for you, the next step is to complete our over-the-phone assessment.
(NOTE: Some folks, when feeling unsure about their decision to come, may also decide to do the over-the-phone assessment, as it is often a great way to uncover issues you want to address, and how The Bridge can help.)
Understanding our over-the-phone assessment:
Once you have completed your over-the-phone assessment, our admissions team coordinates with our clinical team to assure that we are the best fit for your needs. Once that is confirmed, our admissions team will contact you to move forward in the process.
Our program begins every-other Monday. Once you have completed your over-the-phone assessment, and you (and our team) has decided that our program is a good fit for you, our team will communicate with you to discuss the following:
Once your deposit is received, your spot is reserved, and you are ready for admissions day!
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“ 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