WestBridge treats adult men and women who experience co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders.
Our treatment model specializes in the following types of mental illness, when coupled with substance addiction:
- Thought Disorders (e.g. Schizoaffective Disorder, etc.)
- Mood Disorders
- Anxiety Disorders
- Major Depression
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
We understand that many individuals are ambivalent about treatment, and about having co-occurring disorders in general. Our goal, and our proven strength, is to help individuals work through and overcome these uncertainties. WestBridge’s treatment model is particularly well suited for individuals who want to build on their strengths and live in the community.
Another core component of our service approach is family involvement. WestBridge works well with families who have a loved one with mental illness and substance use disorders, and who want to relinquish the role of crisis responder and regain the role of family member.
WestBridge offers services in two treatment settings:
We have residential programs for adult men (18 and older) in Manchester, New Hampshire, and in Brooksville, Florida. We also offer community-based outpatient services for adult men and women through both our New Hampshire and Florida programs, as well as in Medford, Massachusetts.