How Does an Online IOP Work?

It is damaging to assume that when a tragedy like a global health crisis occurs, less newsworthy problems disappear. Individuals struggling with mental health issues, physical disabilities, non-COVID-related health conditions, and substance use still endure these conditions in this time of quarantine and lockdown. In fact, if anything, problems like addiction are exacerbated by the…

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Telehealth Services for Mental Illness Awareness Week

For individuals affected by mental health issues and their families, Mental Illness Awareness Week can be an important time of the year. Mental Illness Awareness Week highlights the importance for individuals to have access to safe, reliable treatment. At New Bridge Foundation, we suggest you observe Mental Illness Awareness Week by learning about the importance…

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4 Times to Consider Virtual Outpatient Services in the Bay Area

Mental health issues and addiction do not simply disappear when other issues take center stage. As the nation — and the world — face the current global pandemic, it is more important than ever that individuals struggling with these types of issues have access to high-quality remote treatment. In fact, in a quarantine situation, drug…

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New Bridge Foundation – One of Newsweek’s Top 10 Best Addiction Treatment Centers in California

Dear Colleagues,   New Bridge Foundation has been selected by Newsweek as one of the top 10 best addiction treatment centers in the state of California! We are very honored by this recognition and are delighted to share it with you.   Newsweek partnered with the global market research firm Statista, Inc. to select the…

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Emergency; Later Suicide

On May 7, 2020, the National Institute of Health issued a press release highlighting the findings of a new data analysis, which they had funded, and which had been published in the American Jour-nal of Preventative Medicine. The striking discovery found that patients who visited the emergency department for an opioid overdose are 100 times…

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