WestBridge’s Admissions Team is here to answer any questions that you have. Team members are comprised of individuals with diverse clinical backgrounds and high levels of compassion. We believe ensuring individuals and their families get the right treatment, as quickly as possible, is of utmost importance.
To ensure that WestBridge is the right place for men and their families to work on their recovery, we have developed a comprehensive admissions process for all of our programs that begins with a phone consultation. For our Residential Program and Community Integration Program (CIP), it may also include our signature Meet & Greet service.
Insurance and Financing Information
Your costs depend on the level of care required and the number of days needed to complete treatment. While insurance may help offset treatment costs, services not contracted or covered by your insurance company will be billed on a private pay basis.
See the link below for a list of insurances that we are in-network with, and additional information. Medicare and Medicaid do not cover any of our services. https://www.westbridge.org/insurance-financing/
Feel free to contact us with questions by phone at 800-889-7871 or through the form below.
Online Contact Form:
Thank you for your interest in WestBridge. Our Admissions Team is available to answer your questions Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Eastern Time. All messages received outside of these hours will be responded to on the next business day. Upon your inquiry submission, you will receive an email with additional information about our programs. Please note it may be filtered into your spam inbox.
For Immediate Support:
If you or a loved one are in need of immediate mental health and/or substance use support, contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by texting or calling 988 or calling 800-273-8255. This Lifeline offers 24/7 access to trained crisis counselors who can help people experiencing emotional distress (including mental health, substance use and/or thoughts of suicide).
In Case of Emergency:
Visit your nearest hospital’s emergency room or call 911
Finding the Right Program for You or a Loved One
To learn more about helpful tips for crisis emergency planning, download this guide developed by the Treatment Advocacy Center.