Participants celebrate their graduation from the program.  

Participants celebrate their graduation from the program. 

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LOCATION

The Bridge Clinical HQ
248 West 108th St.
New York, NY 10025

Substance Abuse Outpatient Treatment

The Bridge offers two OASAS-certified program options that promote recovery, personal growth, self-reliance, and community integration through client-centered treatment tailored to an individual's specific and evolving needs. These programs specialize in working with people who are diagnosed with a co-occurring mental illness.

Outpatient Treatment

Non-Intensive Programming
2-4 days per week, 1-2 hours per day

Provides services to persons with chemical abuse or dependence issues, with or without co-occurring mental illness, at levels of intensity responsive to the individual needs of the client.

Outpatient Rehabilitation

Intensive Programming
Weekdays, 10am - 2pm

Provides intensive services to individuals with chronic substance use issues, with or without co-occurring mental illness. Designed for individuals who need assistance with community living skills, in addition to recovery from substance use.

 

MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT, INCLUDING BUPRENORPHINE AND SUBOXONE, IS AVAILABLE IN BOTH PROGRAMS.

Both programs include light breakfast and lunch, a MetroCard (for those with Medicaid), and weekly individual sessions to foster treatment integration.

Services Offered

  • Individual treatment and structured groups
  • Vocational Readiness and Referrals
  • Co-occurring Diagnoses support groups
  • CBT groups
  • 12-Step Facilitation 
  • Relapse Prevention
  • On-site outpatient psychiatric services and primary health care
  • Peer support groups
  • Creative Arts programming
  • Meditation



 

Eligibility

Participants should have:

  • Diagnosis of a substance-related, addictive disorder
  • Interest in participating in evidenced-based behavioral health treatment that views recovery as a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential