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What Makes Bridges of Hope Different?

We offer cutting-edge programs and treatments that are designed to fit the needs of the individual. We aren’t just treating a disease, we are treating people. Our programs are flexible, integrating health and wellness, family participation, unique therapies and 12 step programs. Bridges of Hope offer effective, proven treatment in a beautiful setting staffed with highly trained, caring professionals.

Our Mission

The mission of Bridges of Hope is to provide comprehensive, integrated treatment services to individuals struggling with substance use and co-occurring disorders. Our approach to enhancing recovery and wellness is unique and sets the standard of excellence in the treatment of addictive diseases and behavioral health disorders.

Our Vision

The vision of Bridges of Hope is to be a center of excellence for the provision of behavioral health services. We are dedicated to supporting individuals suffering from drug addiction, and their families, while expanding our treatment services to meet the needs of our communities.


Our Philosophy

Bridges of Hope's treatment philosophy is anchored on evidence and the premise that alcoholism and drug addiction are clinical disorders that develop a dependence on mood/mind altering substances. We believe that treatment requires a clinical multidisciplinary approach consisting of assessment and identification of all related underlying issues.

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About Bridges of Hope

Bridges of Hope is a Joint Commission accredited adult substance abuse treatment program designed to achieve long-term recovery. We are licensed by the Division of Mental Health and Addiction of the State of Indiana for Detox, Residential, Partial Hospitalization, and Intensive Outpatient levels of care. Our treatment philosophy is based on a comprehensive and integrated approach to addressing all issues related to substance use disorders and other co-occurring mental health issues.

MEET OUR TEAM

Carl Waterman

Chief Executive Officer

Carl is a professional Life/Recovery Coach from Roachdale, Indiana. He holds a Master of Science degree in Psychology with a specialization in addictions. He is currently a Doctoral Candidate at Trinity Theological Seminary. Carl is certified as a Professional Recovery Coach through the International Association of Professional Recovery Coaches. He is certified as a professional Life Coach through the Fowler International Academy of Professional Coaching. He holds a Medication Assisted Treatment Specialist certification through the Indiana Counselor’s Association on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. Carl serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Mental Health America of Putnam County.

Adrian Rosly

Chief Operating Officer

Adrian attended Keiser University in West Palm Beach majoring in Psychology with a minor in Entrepreneurship. He is learning all aspects of the business and brings vision to the company. Mr. Rosly has found a new home in his work and appreciates the variety that the job brings. He looks forward to helping the clients and their families, guiding them as they embark upon the journey of recovery.

Carlos M. Cano

Executive Director

Carlos Cano is a Certified Addictions Professional and Internationally Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor. Mr. Cano has served as Lead Therapist, Program Director, Clinical Director, and Executive Director at treatment facilities in Arkansas, Florida, and Indiana.  Carlos has been mentored and educated by some of the most highly regarded experts in the fields of Addiction Medicine and Psychology. He is dedicated to creating evidenced-based treatment programs that deliver the best possible outcomes and address all presenting issues.

Robert C. Beeson, MD

Medical Director

Dr. Robert Beeson is a lifelong Hoosier and Medical Director at Bridges of Hope. He graduated with honors from Butler University and IU School of Medicine. He has practiced Family Medicine for 38 years in Anderson, IN. Dr. Beeson has been in recovery since December 7th, 1986. He has worked in Addictionology since 1987 serving as Medical Director for St. Vincent’s Stress Center Chemical Dependency Unit, Crestview Center, and House of Hope.

Angela Cruz

Professional Services Director

Angela has worked in the substance abuse and mental health field since 2004. She started out as a mental health assistant and later worked her way up to be a behavioral health counselor. As part of her Master’s program in social work, Angela completed a practicum at the Anderson Center in 2008. She learned how to conduct intake assessments in both the office and hospital settings. In 2009, she completed a practicum at Community Hospital North in Indianapolis, working with adults with various substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. Angela earned her MSW from Indiana University School of Social Work in 2009, and became a licensed clinical social worker in 2016.

Annie Reeder Wright

Clinical Director

Annie Reeder Wright is a Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor and has worked in Madison County for the last 26 Years. Annie believes that recovery is a wonderful life and does her best to live as an example for her clients. She looks forward to working with you on your recovery from addiction.

Charles Abbott

Quality Assurance Director

Charles Abbott is our Quality Assurance Director. He has worked as a nurse in the field of addictions and mental health since 1995. He initially worked as a staff nurse on a Detoxification Unit for 5 years, then moving on to the Nurse Manager position in an adolescent mental health facility for 5 years. He served as the Nurse Manager of a 33 bed Detoxification Unit. As our Quality Assurance Director, he stays involved with the clients and staff sharing his knowledge and experiences with the intent to maintain an environment conducive for recovery.

Kristi Dunigan

Director of Business Development

Kristi Dunigan began working with the Indiana Attorney General on Rx Drug Abuse Awareness in 2012. She sat on the Education Committee to help the State of Indiana minimize the ever-growing problem. In 2016 Kristi began her role at the Office of the Attorney General as the Outreach Coordinator. Kristi has been the Drug Prevention Program Director for Healthier Morgan County Initiative since 2012. Kristi also oversees the Naloxone Program for all of Morgan County’s First Responders.

Nikki Snyder

Human Resources Director

Nikki Snyder is the Human Resources Director for Bridges of Hope, LLC.  She is the mother of three very spirited young boys. Nikki has excellent multi-tasking abilities and patience when dealing with others. She has worked in the nursing field with the elderly and mentally challenged. She has a deep compassion to help others. She enjoys being part of the greater good and watching Bridges of Hope help transform lives daily.

FAQS

At Bridges of Hope, we believe recovery is possible for everyone, no matter how harmful their addiction has been. Rehabilitation is a journey in which we partner with our clients to ensure they have the tools they need to maintain their sobriety for life - but true recovery is more than staying sober. True recovery is reclaiming one’s capacity to feel happiness, to form healthy and supportive relationships, to engage in meaningful activities, and to find a beautiful and passionate goal for daily life.

What should I expect while in Treatment?

After a thorough evaluation and assessment, our highly trained addiction specialists will formulate a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to each client’s specific needs within our residential drug and alcohol rehab program and intensive outpatient rehab program.

What is Inpatient Treatment?

Inpatient treatment, also known as residential treatment, takes place in a structured, supervised environment, such as a hospital, mental health facility, or dedicated rehab center. Inpatients receive intensive substance abuse treatment services — and psychiatric care, if appropriate — while living full-time at the facility. Inpatients receive 24-hour monitoring by doctors, nurses, or therapists in the security of a drug-free atmosphere.

Inpatient care is often recommended for patients who have a history of heavy drug use, for those who have serious co-occurring health concerns, or for those who have relapsed after previous experiences with treatment.

How long does Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment last?

The duration of drug and alcohol rehab depends, to a large degree, on the extent and magnitude of a person’s substance abuse problem—as well as their overall dedication to recovery. Our Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehab program is a minimum of 30 days while our Intensive Outpatient rehab program is typically 3-4 nights per week for four to six weeks before stepping down to 1 night per week.

What is Outpatient Treatment?

Outpatient treatment is a more flexible, less structured path to recovery. In outpatient treatment, the patient can participate in counseling, education, medication management, and other recovery services during the day while living at home or in a transitional living center. Detoxification services are also provided in outpatient settings. Outpatient programs are offered in many locations: rehab facilities, hospitals, community health centers, and correctional facilities, and more.

Outpatient services are appropriate for individuals who have graduated from inpatient treatment and who are ready to make the transition back to the community. This level of care may also be the right choice for those in the early stages of drug abuse who are still functioning effectively and who are highly motivated to quit.

Does My Insurance Cover Drug & Alcohol Rehab Treatment?

Thanks to recent legislation, the entire realm of insurance and insurance coverage has been significantly changed for the better. Under the new Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, treatment for substance abuse must receive parity in treatment. In other words, there can be no difference in coverage for substance abuse treatment than for any medical or surgical conditions. This enables many more people to leverage their insurance coverage and benefits to help break free from the grip of drug and alcohol addiction and transform the dream of addiction free living into reality. Coalition Recovery for Recovery is proud to accept most health insurance plans and will work diligently with your insurance company to secure the maximum amount of insurance coverage possible for your drug and alcohol rehab treatment. Our caring and compassionate Recovery Counselors will manage and coordinate every detail for you including: Determining your precise insurance coverage and eligibility, billing your insurance company and calculating any out of pocket expenses such as co-pays or deductibles (though in many cases, insurance will cover 100% of the cost of drug and alcohol rehab treatment)

What if I don’t have health insurance?

Bridges of Hope accepts self/private pay clients. We also accept Visa, Mastercard and personal checks.

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