Evidence-Based Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment for Men in Manchester, New Hampshire
WestBridge welcomes you to our treatment community, where we believe that every individual can heal through the process of recovery. Established in 2001, we are a family-founded CARF Accredited, licensed, non-profit organization located in Manchester, New Hampshire, with treatment outcomes published in an international journal. Men come from across the nation for our specialized care, and we integrate both family and community into every stage of our treatment. For men over 18 and their families experiencing mental illness with or without co-occurring substance use, we provide more than treatment. We provide hope.
Men may directly enter either of our programs.
Men’s Residential Treatment
Our residential treatment program in Manchester, NH, provides evaluation, treatment, and support in a safe, home-like environment for adult men who experience mental illness with or without co-occurring substance use. We utilize multiple simultaneous evidence-based practices. Our caring professionals are on-site 24/7/365.
Men’s Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Men may enter our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program directly or as a step-down from our residential program. ACT is an effective, evidence-based model. Men live independently in our local community with support from our transdisciplinary team ranging from two to fifty plus hours per week based on evolving individual needs, with 24/7 access to our team. While some services are provided in an office setting, ACT team members primarily work with men in their homes, the workplace, and in the community where challenges may occur, or support is needed. We also reserve two respite beds in our residential program for ACT participants in need of additional support.
Men We Treat
WestBridge treats men 18 and older who are experiencing mental illness* with or without co-occurring substance use. Our areas of expertise include treating:
Thought disorders (including Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder) with or without co-occurring substance use
Mood disorders (including Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder) with or without co-occurring substance use
Anxiety disorders with or without co-occurring substance use
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder with or without co-occurring substance use
*Can include symptoms of these disorders. A formal diagnosis is not required, as we provide a comprehensive battery of assessments.
Strong Outcomes with Evidence-Based Practices
By utilizing multiple, simultaneousevidence-based practicesand a caring treatment team, we provide effective treatment. Our evidence-based treatment approaches have been extensively researched and demonstrated to be effective for individuals experiencing mental illness and substance abuse.
Demonstrated in our outcome measures, our participants with co-occurring mental illness and substance use show significant success in achieving independent living, reaching/maintaining abstinence, independent control of their mental health symptoms. They also increase time spent with non substance-using friends, and independently managing their sleeping habits to maintain good sleep hygiene. Participants also show a significant increase in the number of hours worked and the number of courses enrolled in higher education, improved relationships with family members, greater awareness of their spirituality, and independent management of their physical health. Read more
Based on our successful model of care, we have extended our services to include treatment specifically for mental illness also. Men can, and do, recover.
Licensed and Accredited
Our residential program is dually licensed in New Hampshire for both mental health and substance use disorder treatment. Our Residential program has been accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International since 2010.
Family Inclusion & Participation
We have seen that recovery is best fostered when family members are involved in the treatment and decision-making process. Our Family Recovery Resource Program is comprised of our family education and support curriculum, clinical updates, family peer support, webinars, online peer groups and more. By embracing these supports, families learn to manage the impact of co-occurring disorders while simultaneously reconnecting and healing together.Read more
Individuals have higher rates of self-esteem, value, and recovery when actively engaged in their community. Participants in ourResidential Programutilize community fitness resources such as the YMCA, attend mutual support meetings (such as Alcoholics Anonymous), engage in social and wellness activities, and work to improve independent living skills. For those in ourAssertive Community Treatment Program, many clinical services, as well as supported employment, volunteerism, and education, are provided in the local community.Read more
We invite you to read familytestimonials as well as our independently verified outcomesstudy, published in an international peer-reviewed journal.
Treatment gave me my whole life back.
It gave my parents their son back. It gave my siblings their brother back.
Brian, a Westbridge Participant
Doing what works in helping men and their families achieve recovery from dual disorders is important to us at WestBridge. In all of our programs, we utilize evidence-based practices that have been specifically designed for men and families that experience co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders.
Our residential treatment program in Manchester, NH; provides evaluation, treatment, and support in a safe, home-like environmentfor adult men who experience mental illness and co-occuring substance use disorders. Our caring professionals are on-site 24 hours a day.
Our Care Management Service for adult men is based on the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model. Studies have shown that ACT services are highly effective for men with co-occurring disorders who may need extra support to live independently in their communities and gain recovery skills.
WestBridge is strongly committed to the integration of family in treatment. We have developed the evidence-based practice of Family Education and Support (FES). During FES, we support men and their families in working together over the course of his stay through education, skill building, and problem solving.
At WestBridge we work with men and their families from across the US and in some cases, the world. Once we have completed our screening process and determined that our services may be well-suited to meet your family’s needs, families may request that we bring our admissions process to you, wherever you are, as an a la carte option.
WestBridge provides evidence-based treatment for men with mental illness with or without co-occuring substance use.
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