New Bridge Foundation, located in Berkeley California, has a long and respected history of providing addiction treatment. For over five decades, we have provided individuals the tools needed for a successful recovery. To achieve lifelong sobriety and fulfillment, we offer a variety of addiction treatment programs. This gives all prospective clients the opportunity to find a program that meets their individual needs as well as the ability to transfer easily and seamlessly between programs based on individual goals and desires.
Our Addiction Treatment Programs
In our addiction treatment programs, individuals have access to many effective modalities, holistic approaches, and recovery techniques, as well as evidence-based clinical interventions (e.g., CBT, Anger Management, Relapse Prevention, etc.). Additionally, if you have been diagnosed with a mental illness, we offer dual diagnosis support.
Detoxification is a necessary first step for those who are physically addicted to drugs or alcohol. For many individuals, the thought of experiencing the physical discomfort that can be associated with withdrawing from drugs or alcohol can be a barrier to recovery. However, untreated withdrawal may be medically dangerous or even fatal. This is why it’s extremely important to detox under the supervision of medical professionals. New Bridge Foundation has extensive experience providing detox services. Having a well-trained team of professionals with the right experience is paramount to one’s safety.
Short-Term Residential Rehab (Helios)
One of the addiction treatment programs available through New Bridge Foundation is short-term residential rehab. Offering around-the-clock support, residents experience full and productive days, as well as peer support, education, and care.
This residential program is ideal for those who require monitored support to ensure abstinence from mood-altering drugs and alcohol. Residential treatment may also be necessary after a period of relapse.
Short-Term Outpatient Rehab (Helios)
For some individuals, residential care may not be necessary. We offer a short-term Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) option, which takes place four evenings a week. The flexibility of the schedule is suitable for individuals who are employed or have other obligations during the day. In addition to being able to maintain abstinence for a period of time, the Intensive Outpatient Program is appropriate for individuals who have a stable living situation or don’t require detox services. The IOP is an excellent option for individuals struggling with substance use issues but who feel the need to remain at home.
Long-Term Residential Rehab (START)
The START program is an excellent option for individuals with chronic drug and alcohol problems or who have relapsed following short-term treatment. This program is tailored to meet the needs of the individual. Treatment varies from three to six months, with lengths of stay based on the individual client’s needs. While the START program has exemplary achievements with all age groups, we have had notable success with young adults who often have difficulty maintaining their recovery. Having been described as a school for those who need to learn how to live life, the START program provides the necessary structure and time to create coping skills that work for a lifetime of recovery.
Reach Out to New Bridge Foundation Today
In all of our programs, New Bridge Foundation offers specialized care for individuals who are suffering from co-occurring disorders. Co-occurring disorders — sometimes called “dual-diagnosis” — refer to when a patient suffers from both substance use problems and an underlying mental health condition that underpins and fuels their condition. These types of disorders are very common but are often undiagnosed or undertreated. At New Bridge Foundation, we make a point of addressing the needs of patients suffering from co-occurring disorders.
Additionally, we offer specialized programs that serve the needs of veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and the hearing impaired. Whether one requires short-term or extended care, call us at 866.772.8491 to begin the road to recovery.