Bridges of Hope’s clinical adult program is located at 2200 Madison Square, in Anderson, Indiana. We are housed in a 26,000 square foot facility. We provide comprehensive, integrated treatment services to individuals struggling with substance use and co-occurring disorders. Our services include addiction and recovery education, psychotherapy, group sessions, psychosocial assessments, psychiatric evaluation, medication examination and management, treatment planning, nutritional assessments, trauma therapy, physical conditioning, yoga, as well as numerous ancillary services. We believe that effective treatment requires a clinical multidisciplinary approach consisting of assessment, identification, and correlation of all related underlying issues. Our approach to enhancing recovery and wellness is unique and sets the standard of excellence in the treatment of addictive diseases and behavioral health disorders. We strive to improve people’s lives by utilizing evidenced-based treatment modalities in order to achieve sustained recovery.
The detoxification treatment program at Bridges of Hope, LLC provides services to patients suffering from substance abuse disorders. The detoxification program provides patients with safe medical detoxification by monitoring and stabilizing withdrawal risks, biomedical conditions and complications. The rehabilitation program follows the detoxification program and provides patients with therapeutic interventions focused on developing and maintaining a healthy recovery from alcoholism and other chemical dependencies.
Admission criteria are clearly stated. Any person suffering from symptoms of substance abuse withdrawal who are voluntarily willing to participate in the treatment process, are at least eighteen (18) years of age, are not actively suicidal or homicidal, and are medically capable of participating in treatment, will be a candidate for the detoxification program within Bridges of Hope, LLC. Admission and Discharge Criteria are established by The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Program Admission and Discharge Criteria.
Medical Detoxification Program Goals are to:
Our residential treatment program provides 24-hour care with trained therapists, medical staff, and behavioral health technicians to provide quality treatment for you or your loved one.
Our Residential treatment program consists of:
Initially, addicts need medical and nutritional attention in order to begin restoring physical balance. From there they start to explore the underlying issues that have contributed to their addiction, such as anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder. They will attend groups that cover a wide collection of topics related to addiction recovery and coping with co-occurring mental health disorders. They will explore constructive methods to cope with emotional triggers, ways to prevent problematic behavior and build positive support structure in their recovery.
Our experienced counselors help our clients and their families uncover conditions, fears, beliefs and practices that have contributed to the addiction. We also educate families about the nature of addiction and provide family therapy to help integrate their support throughout the process. PHP will typically last 28 to 40 days and will focus on stabilizing the client’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Just as addiction is a progressive illness, addiction treatment is a gradual process. The professionals in our drug treatment program recognize the fact that our clients will make progress at their own pace. Upon admission, clients will meet with their primary therapist and design a treatment plan, customized to meet their individual needs.
This level of care provides 20 or more hours of service a week for individuals who do not require 24-hour care. These services are designed to meet the complex needs of people with addiction and co-occurring conditions. This partial hospitalization service delivers treatment services usually during the day while the client lives in community housing.
Partial Hospitalization with community housing includes:
Clients will attend educational sessions on a variety of topics relating to addiction recovery and coping with mental illnesses. These groups review the latest research in addiction treatment to educate them on developing better coping strategies for dealing with their condition after they complete treatment. Intensive outpatient clients will learn how to identify and understand their triggers for using drugs and practice better life habits to prevent them from relapsing. Clients will also learn how to identify high-risk situations associated with drug use, how to change their behavior for the better and avoid bad influences. These group meetings and individual planning sessions focus on helping our intensive outpatient clients build a solid foundation in their early recovery and give them the tools they need successfully integrate back into society after treatment.
This level of care typically consists of 9 or more hours of service a week to treat multidimensional instability. This program encompasses services that are capable of meeting the complex needs of people with addiction and co-occurring conditions. It is an organized outpatient service that delivers treatment services during the day, before or after work or school, in the evening, and/or on weekends.
Outpatient programming includes:
This level of care typically consists of less than 9 hours of services per week for adults to provide recovery or motivational enhancement therapies and strategies. It encompasses organized services that may be delivered in a wide variety of settings.