Bridge Withdrawal Management Services (WMS)

The Bridge Withdrawal Management Services provides 10 medically supported community based beds, for both men and women.

Participants will be monitored by a physician and receive 24 hour a day care by a licensed practical nurse (LPN).

The Bridge Withdrawal Management Services provides effective and safe withdrawal management services based on best practices and ethical codes of conduct. 

This program is strictly voluntary and participants are free to leave at any time. 

Not everyone with substance abuse problems needs to go through a withdrawal management process. Our WMS staff will determine your level of need and immediacy based on a triage system. Participants will be helped to withdraw from substances (including prescription drugs) and alcohol.

 Prospective male and female participants will be admitted if:

  • the participant is experiencing alcohol and/or drug toxicity and health complications are probable 
  • the participant requests admission 
  • the participant is 19 years of age or older 
  • the participant is medically stable 


Program name (alternate):  Bridge Detox

Address / Contact Info

The Bridge Youth & Family Services Addiction Services
760 Hwy 33 W Kelowna, BCV1X 3X5

Phone Numbers

Office : 250-763-0456 x325
Fax : (250) 763-4910

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Mon-Fri, 9:00am - 4:30pm

Service Details

Languages spoken: English

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Other Programs from This Organization

Bridge Residential Program The Bridge Residential Program provides 20 residential beds to those seeking intensive substance abuse treatment. The program is 6 weeks in duration and consists of a variety of programming.
Bridge Youth & Family Services This service is designed for families who are experiencing emotional and behavioural challenges that may be impacting a child. Families are supported through both in-home and office based meetings, and are provided opportunities to enhance skills through education, communication and relationship building.

This program was last updated on 22 Sep 2016.