About Us

About Us

Evidence-Based Mental Health
and Substance Use Treatment

About WestBridge

WestBridge is a non-profit organization that specializes in treating people experiencing mental illness with or without substance use. WestBridge provides Men’s Residential Treatment, a Men’s Community Integration Program, and a Men’s Extension of Services Program. We also offer an Intensive Outpatient Program for people of all genders. All of our programs utilize evidence-based practices that have been proven to work.

WestBridge’s Residential Treatment Program has been CARF accredited since 2010 and is dually licensed by the State of New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services for mental health and substance use treatment.

All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. WestBridge does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical​​​ condition, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or ​expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.

Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, & Mental Health Specific Treatment with Substance Use Disorder Prevention – Our Approach

WestBridge provides a fully integrated continuum of care for men, which includes Residential Treatment Programs, a Community Integration Program, an Extension of Services Program, and family education and support to help men and their families achieve a healthy life of recovery. Our clinical teams create personalized, strength-based achievement agendas that address each man’s mental health and substance use treatment needs. By providing integrated mental health and substance abuse disorders treatment in one setting, we help men to achieve holistic recovery and wellness. When we treat individuals with mental health specific needs, we focus on substance use disorder prevention to mitigate risk. In addition, we also offer an Intensive Outpatient Program for people of all genders, focused on co-occurring disorders and mental health specific treatment/substance use disorder prevention.

We engage and educate families throughout the course of treatment, as their involvement and partnership play an essential role in the recovery process.

Evidence Based Practices and a Caring Environment

WestBridge is committed to using Evidence-Based Practices that have been proven to work. From the first day of admission, services are offered in a positive atmosphere that encourages participants and their families to have hope, and to believe that they can live a life of recovery.


In 2001, the West family founded WestBridge as a private 501(c)(3) non-profit treatment program. Their goal was to create a unique clinical setting in which evidence-based treatment for dual disorders would be truly integrated, community-based, individualized, and family-centered. Their vision was that this treatment model would help men and families, like their own, to learn to live a life of recovery.

WestBridge Today

Today, WestBridge is nationally recognized for the positive recovery outcomes achieved by our participants with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. We are also using our co-occurring disorders expertise to treat people with primary mental health needs, while focusing on substance use disorder prevention to mitigate risk factors. We have a Men’s Residential Treatment Program, a Men’s Community Integration Program, a Men’s Extension of Services Program, and an Intensive Outpatient Program for all Genders. The original vision is carried on with each and every family we work with.

WestBridge Meet & Greet WestBridge Meet & Greet

At WestBridge, we work with adult men and families from around the country and, in some cases, the world. One of the unique features of our model is our virtual Meet & Greet service which allows us to deepen our assessment and begin building trust and engaging participants  in the pre-admission process.