Healing Begins With Hope
Indiana Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center
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Accredited care for substance use disorders.
Our treatment philosophy is based on a comprehensive and integrated approach to addressing all issues related to substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health issues.
Addiction treatment at Bridges of Hope can guide you safely through withdrawal from drugs and alcohol and teach you important skills that help you achieve long-term recovery.
Client care is our highest priority and we offer our clients all-inclusive treatment services. Our ultimate goal is to identify the challenges, concerns and problems related to substance use and mental health disorders to provide professional clinical treatment to all our patients.
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“We utilize methods that are empirically shown to be effective in treating substance use disorders. The evidence-based treatment we offer help individuals address all the issues that contribute to their use of addictive substances.”
Bridges of Hope CEO
Safe and Secure Treatment
Addiction treatment at Bridges of Hope encompasses a wide range of therapies aimed at helping people experience a full, lasting recovery. Addiction affects each person differently for various reasons. We offer various therapies to address this challenge.
Some of the most common therapies offered include:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Family therapy
- Dual diagnosis therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Rational emotive behavior therapy
- 12-step support group therapy
Addiction Treatment Programs
Bridges of Hope offers various levels of care to accommodate every stage of recovery. Determining one’s treatment program is part of the admissions process. This determination is made by our team of professionals based on the patients’ medical and clinical evaluation.
Medical Detox manages the physical symptoms of withdrawal. This process helps the patient safely withdraw from substances with a reduced risk for complications.
Residential treatment programs are highly intensive. Patients receive a range of behavioral therapies aimed at changing maladaptive behaviors that contribute to substance use.
Partial Hospitalization Program
Our Partial Hospitalization Program follows as a step down after completing our Residential Program. PHP continues to offer both the structural and supportive environment of our residential program, while clients are slowly reintegrated back into everyday life.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our Intensive Outpatient Program follows as a step down after completing our PHP Program. Our IOP Program provides methods and skills to manage day-to-day challenges and stressors without using drugs or alcohol.
Our outpatient programs can help those arrested in the early phases of addiction. The program offers a flexible schedule and allows patients to carry on with their daily affairs while living at home. OP serves as an integral part of our program and reintegration back into everyday living.
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Meet The Staff
Meet the people that run Bridges of Hope
Adrian Kozel, President and Managing Partner
Jarren Mattingly, Clinical Director
From Our Blog
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Your thoughts and beliefs affect how you see yourself and the world. Recovery affirmations can shift your mindset and remind you that you are strong enough to beat your addiction.
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How To Battle Loneliness In Addiction Recovery
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