Treatment Programs

Through our long-term residential treatment programs,
Bridge House / Grace House offers residents seeking recovery the time needed to become sober and productive individuals again.
Bridge House / Grace House gives priority admission to pregnant women.

Bridge House / Grace House’s Residential Substance-Use Disorder Treatment Program seeks to achieve the following specific objectives:

  • To provide a flexible-term, residential, community-based treatment program consisting of group and individual therapy for alcohol and drug abusers.
  • To provide a continuum of services, intensive day and evening residential treatment, independent living skills development opportunities, case management, relapse prevention, family treatment if indicated and community education.
  • Involvement in vocational activities that support increased job skills and job readiness.
  • To ensure the use of the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 Step program in the recovery process.

Bridge House / Grace House provides a long-term residential substance-use disorder treatment program that encourages achievement, the recognition and development of one’s assets and builds self-worth as clients learn to accept responsibility for their behavior in a three-phase program:

  1. Stabilization (ASAM 3.3): In accordance with the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria this level of care/ program offers at least 20 hours per week of a combination of medium-intensity clinical and recovery-focused services. During the first 14 to 30 days at Bridge House / Grace House, clients are in the Intensive Stabilization phase of treatment and have limited contact with individuals outside of Bridge House/ Grace House. This time is used to assist each client in gaining insight into their addiction and to allow program staff to observe new clients without the confusion of outside influences.
  2. Primary (ASAM 3.1): This level of care offers a combination of low- intensity clinical and recovery –focused services. Treatment is directed toward applying recovery skills, preventing relapse, improving emotional functioning, promoting personal responsibility and reintegrating the individual into the world of work, education and family life.  Services provided are structured activities, which include both individual and group therapy. These services are based on an individualized treatment plan.
  3. Re-Entry / Transition: Clients seek employment, gain employment, pursue vocational training and/or further education.


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