Residential Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program
The Commons in Manchester, New Hampshire is a safe, homelike environment that provides residential treatment and support for men who experience severe and persistent co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders. This residential program has 12-beds, and provides structured days of recovery that include wellness-based gatherings and many other activities. Our model of care is grounded in the evidence-based practices of Integrated Treatment for Dual Disorders, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and self help.
Each resident participates in individual, family, and group counseling. Medication services, self-help, and vocational services are also at the core of the residential program. Our caring professionals are on-site 24 hours per day, seven days per week to provide support, treatment intervention, encouragement, and monitoring. The average length of stay at WestBridge in New Hamphire is three to six months, but each stay varies based on the individual. The average length of stay is three to six months.
Dual Diagnosis Outpatient Services
In addition to the residential services offered, WestBridge has an extensive outpatient program in Manchester, NH. These services, referred to at WestBridge as Care Management, are designed to help individuals with co-occurring disorders thrive in their community. Our multi-disciplinary team approach provides flexible, ongoing, and comprehensive support to individuals and their families.
Our Care Management services are based on the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model, which has been extensively researched. Studies have shown that ACT services are very effective for people who have frequent episodes of severe symptoms that are difficult to manage or symptoms that never go away. ACT teams help reduce the number of hospital stays and increase ones ability to remain active in their community.
WestBridge’s administrative offices are headquartered at 1361 Elm Street, Suite 207, in downtown Manchester, NH 03101.