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.

  • is highly structured and intensive. 
  • is person centered which means that we meet each client where they are and honor their unique individual process.
  • is offered in a safe, substance free, live-in environment. 
  • will begin with a comprehensive intake assessment that will inform and direct individualized treatment goals and transition planning.  
  • provides a therapeutic and safe environment to examine the underlying factors of participants’ substance use.  
  • focuses on practicing skills to deal with issues such as boundary setting, communication, stress management, anger management and relapse prevention. 
  • addresses mental health and substance use issues  simultaneously. 

Programming will focus on the whole person: the physical, emotional, cultural and spiritual well-being of the individual. It will consist of a combination of individual, group and family counselling as well as psycho-social education and life skills training. Opportunities for recreational and fitness activities will be provided regularly and participation encouraged. Healthy ways of coping will be explored and Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) techniques presented. 

Program name (alternate):  Bridge Detox; Bridgeway

Address / Contact Info

The Bridge Youth & Family Services Addiction Services
265 Gray Rd Kelowna, BCV1X 1W8

Phone Numbers

Office : 250-763-0456 x402
Toll Free : 1-855-760-0456
Fax : (250) 763-4910

Service Details

Languages spoken: English

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Other Programs from This Organization

Bridge Withdrawal Management Services (WMS) 10 bed facility offering medically supported withdrawal from substances and/or alcohol.
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 03 Oct 2016.