We are proud to announce that for a third consecutive year (2020, 2021 & 2022), New Bridge Foundation® has been ranked as one of America’s “Best Addiction Treatment Centers”, per a survey conducted by Statista in cooperation with Newsweek. With over 50 years of experience in the field, New Bridge Foundation® is considered one of the most prominent addiction treatment centers in Northern California, with many affordable treatment options. We offer detoxification, short- and long-term residential treatment, as well as day treatment and intensive outpatient substance abuse programs. Situated in the Hearst mansions in the hills of Berkeley, California, our compassionate and expert staff offers residential, client-centered services in a nurturing, home-like atmosphere, ideal for long-lasting sobriety. Our outpatient services are delivered via Telehealth by a dedicated team of trained professionals. If you or someone you care about is struggling with addiction, reach out to New Bridge Foundation® today.
At New Bridge Foundation®, our clients are monitored on an on-going basis under the supervision of Health Care Professionals as they detox safely and comfortably.
Our Helios short-term residential rehab program is specially designed to provide individuals the tools they need for recovery in a relatively brief period.
New Bridge Foundation®’s outpatient program is ideal for
individuals who need education, counseling, and support, but can remain
abstinent while living at home and working or attending school.
New Bridge Foundation® offers specialized services for individuals battling co-occurring disorders, active-duty military personnel and veterans, as well as members of the LGBTQ+ community. We also offer free aftercare for life to ensure continued sobriety for active-duty military and veterans.
“I feel like I owe so much to New Bridge. I feel like I owe years of sobriety for my children to New Bridge, I owe years of sanity for myself to the parent group at New Bridge, I feel like I have a support system that, if things ever do go back downhill, New Bridge would be the first phone call I would make.”
– Parent of Former Resident