I tried a number of different treatment programs, but none of them seemed to work for me. I had started to give up all hope by the time I enrolled in the program at Bridges to Recovery. Here it is a year later, and all I can say is thank goodness I did! It was so much different than the hospital care I had received for my condition. There was love and attention, and a staff of counselors who really seemed to care about the people they were treating. This past year has been one of the best of my life. I’ve got my family and my career back. I feel like I can accomplish anything – just by putting the things I learned at Bridges to Recovery into action every day. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart.
I came to Bridges depressed, angry, and scared. After settling in, I realized that I was in exactly the place I needed to be. The anger management group made a big difference for me. The loving staff and doctors at Bridges helped me through a really dark time. I am grateful. Thank you, Bridges to Recovery. You changed me and my family’s life.
Bridges has given me a second chance at life. The feeling of hopelessness began to fade, and left ahead of me is clarity, opportunity, happiness, and HOPE. You will amaze yourself with the amount of strength you possess, and you will grow.
I was nervous about entering into a treatment program. I had never done anything like this before, but my addiction and anxiety were taking over my life and I knew that I had to make a change. From the moment I walked in the door at Bridges to Recovery, I knew that I had made the right decision. Everyone just made me feel so at ease! And the house was really cool, too. It was comfortable and felt a lot like home. The treatment program worked wonders, and I felt like every step of the plan was designed specifically for me. Now, I’ve got my life back, and I have Bridges to Recovery to thank.
It’s not an understatement to say that Bridges to Recovery saved my life. I had been struggling with depression for five years, unable to cope with much of anything. I ended up trying to self-medicate with alcohol and drugs – which of course, only made things worse. By the time my family helped me check into the Bridges facility in Santa Monica, I was wreck in every sense of the word. Now, those days seem long ago – thanks to the treatment I received there. It was like having a team of professionals totally devoted to my case! It was about more than their knowledge, however. I truly felt like each and every one of them cared about me and my situation. I will never forget the people I met at Bridges to Recovery – I owe you so much!