The Bridgemark Philosophy of Treatment

We believe recovery is not an event. It is a process. Our programs recognize alcoholism and other drug and behavioral addictions as progressive in nature. Therefore, recovery must be a developmental process in which the client must acquire insights into the dynamics of his/her disease. The process includes development of life skills, attitudes and behaviors necessary for continued recovery. It is our philosophy that recovery is maintained through daily practice of the 12-Step Program's principles.

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SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES | RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM | OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
ADDITIONAL SERVICES | SOME SIGNS OF ADDICTION

Support for Families

Coping with a loved one's addiction is different than dealing with any other disease, but addiction is a disease. We can assist you with finding the right treatment. Bridgemark understands the strain addiction places on individuals, family and friends. Our clients are treated with the utmost respect and are provided with treatment unique to their needs. As such, the number of treatment sessions is specific to each client's needs and goals.

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Payment plans for all services and treatment programs are available to clients on an individual basis.

Residential Program (Available for Adult Males Only)

Bridgemark's residential treatment program for adult males is based on an individualized length of stay. We modify treatment for each client according to their history with this disease. Our progressive system takes clients through four levels of recovery over the course of their stay. All residents are encouraged to maintain their daily routines with work and family while in treatment through our unique employment track. Bridgemark offers specialty programs to support clients in every aspect of recovery:

  • Progressive four-level treatment
  • 12-Step support programs
  • Six houses available for residency
  • Individual, group and family therapy
  • Parenting in recovery
  • Special interest programs for specific populations
  • Unique employment track: responsibility-focused treatment
    while patients continue daily routines

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Outpatient Program

Bridgemark assists clients on an outpatient basis with fewer than nine hours of treatment per week or with a more intensive program of nine to twelve hours per week. Our dedicated staff works with outpatient clients to assess their current stage of recovery, develop an individualized treatment plan and schedule a sequence of appointments for counseling.

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Additional Services

As part of our individualized treatment programs, Bridgemark offers:

  • Family therapy
  • Anger management
  • Interpersonal violence intervention
  • Problem gambling intervention and treatment
  • Transitional services
    • Peer networking opportunities
    • Housing – both transitional and supportive
    • Relapse prevention
  • Intervention
  • Aftercare
  • Services for the D/deaf
  • All services in Spanish

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Some Signs of Addiction

Signs that you or someone you know may have a drug or alcohol addiction include:

Some Psychological & Physical Signs:

  • Use of drugs or alcohol as a way to forget problems or to relax
  • Feeling annoyed when other people comment on or criticize your use of drugs
  • Problems with work
  • Stealing or selling belongings to be able to afford drugs
  • Withdrawal or keeping secrets from family and friends
  • Loss of interest in activities that used to be important
  • Spending a lot of time figuring out how to get drugs
  • Failed attempts to stop taking drugs or drinking
  • Irritability, anger, hostility, fatigue, agitation, anxiety, depression, psychosis (seeing or hearing things that are not there), lack of coordination, difficulty concentrating
  • Associating with questionable acquaintances or frequenting out of the ordinary locations to purchase or use drugs
  • Feeling remorse or guilt after using drugs
  • Needing to take more of the substance to get the same effect
  • Changes in eating habits, including weight loss or gain
  • Changes in sleeping habits
  • Feeling shaky or sick when trying to stop

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