Tens of millions of Americans suffer from substance use problems. This means that a shocking one in every seven adults is battling addiction every day — more than the number diagnosed with heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer. The adverse effects of substance abuse — not only to the mental and physical well-being of these individuals but to their families and their communities is palpable. However, the vast majority of individuals with substance use disorder, will not get the help they need. Many people delay receiving treatment because they do not feel that they have a problem. Others may know that they have a problem but do not feel that they have the time or resources to get the help they deserve. Many individuals are worried about taking time away from their job or school or family to get help right now. Taking the first step can be daunting. Many simply do not know where to begin. 

Choosing the right drug and alcohol treatment center can be one of the most important decisions individuals will make in regards to their or their loved one’s health. Treatment centers can differ significantly with respect to program components, cost-effectiveness, and staff qualifications. The process of finding the right help is often complicated. At New Bridge Foundation®, in Berkeley, California, we make admissions as easy and stress-free as possible.

What New Bridge Foundation® Can Offer

a photo of a user and admissions counselor during the intake interview processWith over 50 years of experience and proven outcomes, New Bridge Foundation® understands the unique needs of each client. Our multi-disciplinary team includes physicians, healthcare providers, mental health practitioners, and certified drug and alcohol counselors. Additionally, many of our staff are in recovery themselves. New Bridge Foundation® uses evidence-based practices, has several different treatment options, involves family, and is in-network with most major insurances. Our graduates consistently report not only a life free of drugs and alcohol, but a life filled with meaningful relationships, emotional well-being, renewed health, and purpose, as evidenced by our client-provided testimonials.

Confidential Assessments

New Bridge Foundation®’s staff are available to discuss possible admissions throughout the day. We are here to answer questions, help find solutions, and to schedule your free and confidential evaluation as quickly as possible. During the assessment process, the admissions staff helps determine which of our treatment options serve individual needs best. Evaluations are held from our offices, which are located at 2323 Hearst Ave. in Berkeley, California. The programs available include:

Admissions Staff Can Help You Prepare for Your Journey

At New Bridge Foundation®, we believe that any individual struggling with substance use issues that wants professional help should receive it. We also understand that it is not always easy to see what needs to be done to make that happen. By gathering information and administering a comprehensive, free assessment our admissions staff will help you determine whether or not one of our programs is right for you. If it is, and you admit into one of our programs, our admissions and intake process is efficient, transparent, and effortless.

We know that as individuals prepare to enter treatment, they have many questions and concerns. Our admissions counselor is the ideal person to talk to about upcoming treatment. Whether the issue is payment options, what to bring, or other concerns about entering treatment, the staff at New Bridge Foundation® is here to ease individuals into their treatment experience. Many of those who have passed through the doors of New Bridge Foundation® report that not only have they been able to begin a journey of lifelong recovery, but have found a surrogate family and friends for life. Contact us at 866.772.8491 to schedule a free, confidential evaluation and discuss our available addiction treatment programs.