Our personalized approach to care addresses the needs of patients entering treatment for the first time, as well as those who have been through rehabilitation previously and are seeking a more sustainable path to long-term recovery. We treat patients 18 years and older who have drug or alcohol use disorders, including those with co-occurring secondary mental health disorders. At Wellbridge, we understand that with addiction the family suffers alongside the patient therefore we offer supportive programs designed specifically for family. We are committed to treating all patients with dignity and respect. See our approach to Diversity and Inclusion.
Substance use disorder, or SUD, (commonly known as addiction) is a medical condition in which the use of one or more substances impacts your brain function and quality of life. At Wellbridge, our knowledge that substance use disorder is a medical condition, and as such can be treated, leads all we do.
A co-occurring disorder is when a person has both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder. People struggling with SUD often have secondary co-occurring mental health conditions. We offer comprehensive treatment plans that address both the patient’s primary substance use disorder diagnosis as well as their secondary mental health disorders.
At Wellbridge we give you the time and the tools to repair, rehabilitate, and restore your wellbeing.
Addiction is a chronic, treatable illness. Our approach examines the causes of a patient’s addiction and treats the whole person.
At Wellbridge, we inform and improve care in real time. Connecting evidence-based treatments, established research, patient experience, quality metrics, and outcomes, we are continuously improving care for each patient. Our approach addresses complex physical, emotional, and psychological challenges and can include: