Dual Diagnosis Programs in San Francisco, California
New Bridge Foundation has been treating individuals in greater San Francisco, California with chemical dependency and co-occuring mental health issues for over 45 years. Our long and rich history of compassionate care, in a safe and supportive environment has made us an expert in the field. Living a substance-free, happy life is possible and we are ready to show you the way.
We know that everyone is different, so we offer a variety of dual diagnosis treatment programs to suit every need. For individuals who have both substance abuse issues and mental health needs, such as depression and anxiety, we offer a dual diagnosis track as part of the services within our treatment programs.
Our Helios Program offers three distinct levels of care. Helios, the Greek God of the sun, reminds us to keep our heads lifted toward the future and the light. Helios was also known as the Guardian of Oaths. It is said that the ancient Greeks would ask Helios for help when they had made a goal or promise and wanted to stick to their plan. Here at New Bridge Foundation, we support our clients in all of these ways: becoming clean and sober, attaining goals, and reaching for the sun.
Helios Residential: Our residential program provides support, education, and structure in a caring and compassionate environment.
Helios Day Treatment: Our day treatment program was created for those individuals who require the support and education offered in a full day of treatment, but reside in a clean and sober home environment.
Helios Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): This is a psychoeducational program offered four nights per week.
START: This extended residential treatment program is an excellent option for individuals with chronic drug and alcohol problems.
Operation Success: This program was created to address the unique needs of military members, veterans, and their families.
Free Aftercare: New Bridge Foundation offers a free Aftercare Program for all individuals who successfully complete treatment. (There is a small fee to cover the cost of any administered urine screens).