Hanbleceya

Residential Mental Health Treatment In A Private, Luxury Environment

Get to the root of the problem.
Reclaim your life.


“The staff was so kind and the house was beautiful. I felt more cared for than at the hospital.”

- Bridges to Recovery Alumnus

The Bridges to Recovery Difference

We treat even the most complex mental health disorders by addressing your emotional, spiritual, and physical needs. We will help you find the hope you’ve been seeking.

Get to the Root of the Problem

Our extensive psychiatric and clinical assessments, evaluations and psychological testing provide an integrative and holistic formulation of your mental health and psychiatric needs. Learn More

Identify & Remove Obstacles to Growth

Experience rapid relief from your suffering through intensive individual and group therapy – clients receive five individual sessions per week with doctoral level therapists. Learn More

Gain the Skills Needed for Continued Growth

We provide a solid foundation and understanding of your struggles to help you continue to build your new life and grow towards your personal, social and professional goals.

We’re here any time of day. Let’s talk.

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Compassionate Psychiatric Treatment in Los Angeles and San Diego, California

Bridges to Recovery’s premier licensed residential mental health facilities are designed to provide you a comfortable, safe alternative to a hospital environment for your care.

At Bridges to Recovery, we understand the challenges of dealing with psychological issues and the importance of treating clients with compassion, kindness, and individual care.

Our goal is to identify the causes of your suffering, help you find relief through compassionate and effective care, and support you in leading an authentic and meaningful life.

Trevor Small, PsyD
Clinical Director

Our goal is to identify the causes of your suffering, help you find relief through compassionate and effective care, and support you in leading an authentic and meaningful life.

Trevor Small, PsyD
Clinical Director