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250-763-0456 | 1-855-760-0456 info@thebridgeservices.ca
The Bridge Youth & Family Services has made the difficult decision to suspend all of its group activities for the time being. This includes our parenting and family programs, Naloxone training, and Etcetera – amongst others. Should any participants of our social support programs need our assistance during this time, please call us and we’d be most pleased to touch base with you by phone, text, email or – if possible – in-person. Call our main number at 250.763.0456 and ask to speak to anyone you’re familiar with. We are still here for you. All other programs of The Bridge are open for business and we look forward to serving you through our Family and/or our Recovery and Addictions services.

A medically supervised, secure residence at our Hwy 33 facility for up to 10 adults seeking safe withdrawal from alcohol and/or drugs. Length of stay is typically 7 to 10 nights, depending on the substance the individual is withdrawing from and the treatment plan. Offers 24-hour nursing care and access to an on-site physician in a respectful, non-judgmental environment.

What Is the Service

  • Offered in a secure, illicit substance-free, live-in environment
  • Physician assessment informs and directs a medical treatment plan
  • Educational group sessions designed to increase understanding of addiction, coping skills, symptom management and community resources

How to Access the Service

Contact The Bridge to speak with our triage staff. Must be 19 years of age and require a medical service.

What to Bring:

  • Comfy Clothes
  • PJs
  • Toiletries
  • Cigarettes (if you smoke)
  • Things to do if you get bored easily

No:

  • Cell Phones
  • Laptops/iPads
  • Outside Food
  • Visitors

What Happens Next

Unfortunately this service does not arrange treatment nor provide housing, but can provide resource lists. If you have a treatment service scheduled, we will try to coordinate a planned admission to support your success.

Funding Partners

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