Inpatient Alcohol Drug Treatment Ontario

What is an inpatient treatment program?

At The Bridge of Montclair, we define an inpatient treatment program as a comprehensive, on-site addiction treatment where individuals stay at our facility for the duration of their recovery process. It’s a highly structured environment that offers around-the-clock care and support from our team of specialists. Within the embrace of our facility, patients undergo various therapies, have access to medical assistance, and participate in group and individual counseling sessions tailored to their needs. This immersive approach is particularly beneficial for those who require a stable environment to break free from the cycle of addiction and begin healing.

How does The Bridge of Montclair personalize treatment for each patient?

At The Bridge of Montclair, we understand that each individual’s path to recovery is unique. Personalization begins with a thorough assessment that considers one’s substance use history, co-occurring mental health issues, and personal recovery objectives. Based on this assessment, we develop a tailored treatment plan that may include a blend of evidence-based practices, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, MAT, and holistic activities like expressive arts therapy. Our goal is to resonate with your personal story of recovery, offering support that genuinely understands and reflects your journey.

What are the keys to successful long-term sobriety post-treatment?

Successful long-term sobriety is anchored in continued support and personal growth post-treatment. At The Bridge of Montclair, we emphasize the importance of aftercare, which includes alumni networks, ongoing counseling, and access to resources that reinforce the principles of recovery. A commitment to a sober lifestyle, accompanied by a strong support system and utilizing the coping strategies learned during treatment, are essential. Each person’s journey is ongoing, and maintaining the connections and practices established in treatment is pivotal for sustained recovery.

What therapeutic modalities are employed at The Bridge of Montclair?

We offer an array of therapeutic modalities that cater to the diverse needs of our residents. Our cognitive-behavioral therapy sessions help patients understand their thoughts and behaviors, individual and group therapies provide personalized and peer support, while expressive arts and physical wellness activities cater to emotional and physical health. We believe in the power of a holistic approach to foster healing on all levels, ensuring that the mind, body, and spirit are all nurtured throughout the journey to sobriety.

We recognize that the financial investment in treatment can be a concern for many, especially when it comes to inpatient alcohol drug treatment Ontario. Therefore, we strive to alleviate this stress by accepting most major insurance providers and assisting with insurance verification through our confidential online form. Our financial counselors are dedicated to providing transparent information about costs and helping understand the coverage and benefits available under each plan. We are committed to guiding our patients through this aspect so they can focus on what truly matters–their journey to recovery.


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Inpatient Alcohol Drug Treatment Ontario

The Bridge of Montclair

4515 Orchard St

Montclair CA 91763 US

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