“The feeling of hopelessness began to fade, replaced by a sense of clarity, opportunity, happiness, and hope.”

— Bridges to Recovery Alumna
Bridges to Recovery Testimonial

Short Facts

Our program is founded on the empirically supported philosophy that an intensive, integrative, and holistic therapeutic program is the best way to help people recover from psychological distress. If you or a loved one is suffering from a mental health disorder, Bridges to Recovery can offer a tranquil space to restore emotional and behavioral health and stability. Located in the Los Angeles area, we provide high quality residential care as an alternative to hospital-based treatment.

A Brief Overview of Bridges to Recovery

  • We offer specialized treatment for a wide range of complex mental health disorders and co-occurring substance abuse and co-occurring eating disorders.
  • Our program consists of two separate six-bed facilities in beautiful homes.
  • All clients have their own psychiatrist with whom they meet weekly
  • Clients participate in 5 individual psychotherapy sessions per week along with daily therapy groups and holistic therapies.
  • All of our clinical therapists have Doctorate degrees and are licensed.
  • Our core program is 30-45 days and may be extended as recommended by the clinical team.
  • Clients can receive more treatment in 6 weeks at Bridges to Recovery than would be possible in a year elsewhere.
  • We are licensed by the California Department of Social Services (#197600073, #197608837) and certified by the Department of Mental Health.
  • As a licensed program, we provide on-site medication prescription and management
  • Staff members are on-site 24 hours a day.
  • Our staff-to-client ratio is always at or above 2:1

We welcome any questions you may have and invite you to contact us for a more in-depth discussion about what treatment at Bridges to Recovery can offer you or your loved one.

“The feeling of hopelessness began to fade, replaced by a sense of clarity, opportunity, happiness, and hope.”

— Bridges to Recovery Alumna