The Bridges’ outpatient treatment program provides recovery oriented, intensive services, crisis intervention, outpatient therapy and clinical support. Our efforts are designed to promote recovery and improve the quality of life for people with mental health or substance abuse problems by providing resources for understanding and managing their disorders.
Our adult outpatient treatment program helps clients deal with their disorder and increase their self-esteem, strengths and interpersonal relationships at a pace that's comfortable for each individual.
Bridges outpatient mental health services assist people in regaining their ability to function successfully in everyday life.
Our specialized team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses and licensed clinical social workers provide assessments as well as consultative and treatment services for those with:
Trauma and PTSD
Persistent mental illness
Mental illness and substance abuse
From initial evaluation and crisis intervention to outpatient therapy and clinical support, we provide the resources and services to help you deal with addiction. Our approach provides support and education for issues related to both alcohol and drug addiction recovery.
Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) provides specialized treatment for those whose needs can't be met through weekly group or individual treatment. It involves three hours of specialized and focused group activities three to five days a week.
Therapy, medication and supportive services are available for clients struggling with co-occurring psychiatric and drug/alcohol issues.