Transition housing service for adults seeking support for recovery from substance misuse in an abstinence-based Assisted Living registered facility. The service enhances independence with personalized life skills training, support and transition planning to promote wellness. Length of stay is typically 6 months, but varies based on individual circumstances.
What Is the Service
- Tailored to each individual’s unique healing process
- Provide a live-in facility for adults aged 19+ who are in Second Stage recovery from substance misuse.
- For individuals who are actively engaging in recovery, often post intensive live-in treatment
- Provide a structured environment and qualified staff to support men and women to enhance their development and maximize their achievement towards self-sufficiency.
- Designed to encourage the development of new coping mechanisms, support networks, healthy lifestyles and independence, within an alcohol and drug free environment.
- Participants are expected to manage medications as prescribed without support
How to Access the Service
Applicants are to be medically and physically capable of semi-independent living and must not require a medical withdrawal management service.
Submit the completed application via fax:
For inquiries about the service please contact The Bridge:
Our facilities are substance free and support medically-assisted therapies.
Operating in the Central and South Okanagan since 2016.
760 Hwy 33
123 Nanaimo Ave E
1001 Johnson Rd
The facilities include:
- Fully-furnished individual secured bedrooms
- Safe secure building
- Shared living space
- Amenities include:
- Cookware and dishes
- Outdoor green space
- Staff on-site daily and on-call 24/7
What Happens Next
All participants will assist in creating their own plan for return to independence with support of The Bridge staff. This work will begin early and will be a collaborative process between the participants, staff and community resources. It will also involve the participant’s family or other support and, whenever possible, a family session may be held to work collaboratively on the service plan and transition.