Treatment Center Setting
Bridges of Hope Treatment Center Philosophy
Bridges of Hope's treatment philosophy is anchored on evidence and the premise that alcoholism and drug addiction are clinical disorders that develop a dependence on mood/mind altering substances. Substance use disorders are developed and centered in the limbic region of the brain. Contributing factors to the development of substance use disorders are hereditary, developmental, environmental, and drug use itself. Working together, these factors lead to progression of addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
Areas of Specialization
Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term "medical detoxification" means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.
Some facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person's unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.
I would like to say that with out Bridges of Hope, I would more then likely be dead now. They didn't change me, I changed myself, but they helped guide me in the direction I needed to go. I have nothing but love for all of them in that facility. If your a struggling, call them up. They do legitimately care about your well being. They want you to succeed. They want you to take your life back, and they will help you get there, I promise you that. Love you all Bridges!!!!!
When I came into BOH my heart was bleeding, but they took me upstairs and straightened me out. Now thanks to Bridges of Hope I'll no longer do dope. But really it's awesome, I love the environment and the friends I've made. Thanks to them I have tools to help me remain sober. Therapist, clinical staff and the tecs are great. I would recommend this rehab to anyone struggling and wanting help!
I have been an addict for 11 years and when people would tell me I needed to get treatment I would always tell them that it is a mind thing and treatment doesn’t work. I had been arrested due to several felonies related to substance abuse. While I was in jail I had time to clear my head and decided to give treatment a chance. When I came into treatment I was in a relationship but as time went on I realized my treatment was more important than trying to maintain that relationship. Since I have been here I feel like I have grown so much thanks to the staff here. They have given me the tools I needed and will always need to maintain my sobriety. “ I love this place and I really don’t want to leave” and the reasons I am leaving is my mom has cancer and I have legal issues I need to address. My hope for the future is to stay sober and fix the relationships I have broken in the past. I will always be thankful for Bridges of Hope and plan to come back and visit when I can.
Meet the Staff
Dr Robert Beeson
Dr. Robert Beeson is a lifelong Hoosier and Medical Director at Bridges of Hope. He graduated with honors from Butler University and IU School of Medicine. He has practiced Family Medicine for 38 years in Anderson, IN. Dr. Beeson has been in recovery since December 7th, 1986. He has worked in Addictionology since 1987 serving as Medical Director for St. Vincent’s Stress Center Chemical Dependency Unit, Crestview Center, and House of Hope
Cynthia Wright, LCSW, MBA
Cynthia has more than 20 years of clinical experience and specializes in Dual Diagnosis, Codependency, Survivors, Relapse Prevention, Anxiety, Depression and CBT groups.
Angela Cruz, LCSW
Professional Services Director
Angela has worked in the substance abuse and mental health field since 2004. She started out as a mental health assistant and later worked her way up to be a behavioral health counselor. As part of her Master’s program in social work, Angela completed a practicum at the Anderson Center in 2008. She learned how to conduct intake assessments in both the office and hospital settings. In 2009, she completed a practicum at Community Hospital North in Indianapolis, working with adults with various substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. Angela earned her MSW from Indiana
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ABOUT BRIDGES OF HOPE
Bridges of Hope is a Joint Commission accredited facility in Anderson, Ind., about an hour northwest of Indianapolis, for adults and adolescents seeking long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. The facility offers medically monitored detox, as well as a full continuum of treatment programs, including long-term residential (gender-specific tracks are available), partial hospitalization program (PHP), and intensive outpatient program (IOP) levels of care.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
All clients begin the recovery process with an initial assessment of health status, medical history, severity of addiction, and other factors to determine an appropriate treatment plan. According to the facility’s website, medical detox is considered “necessary for every patient admitted” and is available on-site for both adults and adolescents. According to . 2016 SAMHSA survey, the facility was only one of eight non-hospital, residential facilities in the state to offer medical detoxification.
A blend of evidence-based and alternative approaches, Bridges of Hope's residential programming is designed to be flexible and holistic, integrating one-on-one and group therapy sessions with nutritional assessments, yoga, massage therapy, meditation, exercise, and equine therapy. The 12-step model of recovery is also integrating into programming. Psychiatric evaluations and ongoing medication management is available to individuals struggling with co-occurring mental health concerns.
Participants of the IOP spend time developing essential independent living skills and relapse prevention strategies while attending 12-step meetings and other support groups. While residential treatment is typically completed in 90 to 120 days, the durations of specialized gender-specific tracks may depend on the severity of one’s addiction. Programs for women can last from 20 days to three months, while specific tracks for men may last from six months to one year. The IOP ranges from eight to 12 weeks.
Bridges of Hope has an around-the-clock team of therapists, nurses, and addiction experts. The facility also employs an on-site physician.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Bridges of Hope is set alongside a lake in rural Indiana. The 26,000-square-foot facility can accommodate as many as 29 clients in shared bedrooms. The facility features a full-court gym, weight room, game room, and outdoor gazebo and porch.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
All six former clients polled by Rehabs.com to date had positive opinions of the facility. Each alum offered either four or five out of five-star ratings for the facility's treatment effectiveness, the quality of meals, and its accommodations.
Collectively, alumni described the staff as caring, friendly, optimistic, and welcoming and enjoyed the various activities and services available to them. “From the full-size basketball court, to the on-site gym, rec room and cafeteria, my time was well spent,” alum John wrote. Alum Adrian added: "Very accommodating facility. Fantastic staff!"
In addition, Bridges of Hope has a near-perfect average rating of 4.8 out of five stars from 20 Google reviewers. Many described the facility as highly effective, praising the facility's staff and its programming. “They didn't change me, I changed myself, but they helped guide me in the direction I needed to go,” Michael wrote in a representative five-star review.
WHAT STAFF SAY
The two staff members polled by Rehabs.com to date attested to the facility’s ability to properly address dual diagnoses and make clients feel at home. "This is a great facility with staff that is dedicated to helping others..." one employee wrote.
Bridges of Hope accepts Aetna, AmeriHealth, and Cigna, amongst other major insurance plans, and self-payment. The facility also accepts TriCare.
Published on April 2018
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