Services offered by WestBridge

Services offered by WestBridge

Evidence-Based Mental Health
and Substance Use Treatment

At WestBridge, we are committed to providing optimal care in a truly integrated dual diagnosis treatment program. Our family-centered, evidence-based treatment is for adult men experiencing symptoms of mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders.

Residential Treatment Program

Our Residential Treatment program is a home-like environment with a unique healing atmosphere for evaluation, treatment, and 24 hour support that allows men with co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorder to begin or to re-establish the healing process.

Our programs are designed to promote a sense of belonging and community, where men increase their coping skills and sense of safety with the support of others.  People feel safer when they know they are being supported and joined by others.

The Commons is located in Manchester, NH.

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Family Education and Support

By engaging and educating families throughout the course of treatment, we help increase awareness of how to identify and respond to hallucinations, anxiety, delusions, depression and mood swings, and substance use, we help families to relinquish the role of crisis responders and resume the role of family members.

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Community Integration (CIP) Program

Our Community Integration Program (CIP) is offered in Manchester, NH, and is based on the evidence based Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model.

WestBridge is highly successful at helping participants gain the skills they need to live healthy, sober and satisfying lives while living in the community.

Our multidisciplinary team includes specialists in the areas of housing, finances, employment, symptom management, medical care, and family life, who work with individuals and families build and sustain skills for successful community living. Our comprehensive wrap-around CIP services that are accessible 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

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Evidence-Based Practices and Therapeutic Techniques

Throughout our integrated dual diagnosis treatment programs, we utilize a variety of techniques to assist in the process of recovery. These include:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – Supports identifying and modifying unhelpful
thoughts and behaviors that underlie symptoms caused by psychological distress. CBT
focuses on learning how to change thoughts from negative and self-defeating to positive
and self-affirming.

Medication Management – For many individuals, the most effective recovery results are obtained with the systematic use of medication. At WestBridge, we utilize current
evidence in selecting and monitoring treatment and responses to medication. We
involve individuals, their families and the care team in the decision-making process, as
permitted by the individual. Every effort is made to reduce the number of medications
when appropriate.

Motivational Interviewing – Engages participants in treatment by decreasing resistance, exploring and increasing ambivalence, and developing insight and internal motivation, all leading to behavior change.

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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.