Drug & Alcohol Rehab inAlabama

GET A CALL BACK

DRS tel mobile top 304

The Bridge Inc. - Westwood Residential Treatment Program

The Bridge was founded in 1974 in Gadsden, Alabamaas a local “Drug Alert Center.” A Gadsdenminister, Ray Crowder, volunteered his time to assist addicted individuals and combat the growing drug problem in northeast Alabama. Reverend Crowder's vision and tenacity were the primary ingredients for the development of The Bridge. He enlisted the help of the Etowah Baptist Association and the Gadsden Kiwanis Club to place a “hot line” telephone in his home. The number of calls for help was both astounding and overwhelming. Crowder then contacted the Alabama Department of Mental Health regarding grant money to open a counseling center in Gadsden. He was successful in securing a grant to open The Bridge in July, 1974. It opened with three employees and served 37 clients during the first year.  From those small beginnings The Bridge has grown to become a leader in adolescent substance abuse treatment. In the mid ‘90’s The Bridge began working with the Alabama Department of Youth Services and expanding services to include behavioral rehabilitation and juvenile corrections. In addition, the organization began opening community-based outpatient programs to increase the number of teens and families receiving substance abuse treatment services.  The Bridge currently operates 21 programs licensed/certified by the Alabama Department of Youth Services or the Alabama Department of Mental Health – Division of Substance Abuse Services. These programs operate under a single mission to serve adolescents through honor, excellence and integrity.  We extend our thanks and gratitude to the countless board members, staff members and volunteers who have helped to grow and shape our organization.  

The Bridge was founded in 1974 in Gadsden, Alabamaas a local “Drug Alert Center.” A Gadsdenminister, Ray Crowder, volunteered his time to assist addicted individuals and combat the growing drug problem in northeast Alabama. Reverend Crowder's vision and tenacity were the primary ingredients for the development of The Bridge. He enlisted the help of the Etowah Baptist Association and the Gadsden Kiwanis Club to place a “hot line” telephone in his home. The number of calls for help was both astounding and overwhelming. Crowder then contacted the Alabama Department of Mental Health regarding grant money to open a counseling center in Gadsden. He was successful in securing a grant to open The Bridge in July, 1974. It opened with three employees and served 37 clients during the first year.  From those small beginnings The Bridge has grown to become a leader in adolescent substance abuse treatment. In the mid ‘90’s The Bridge began working with the Alabama Department of Youth Services and expanding services to include behavioral rehabilitation and juvenile corrections. In addition, the organization began opening community-based outpatient programs to increase the number of teens and families receiving substance abuse treatment services.  The Bridge currently operates 21 programs licensed/certified by the Alabama Department of Youth Services or the Alabama Department of Mental Health – Division of Substance Abuse Services. These programs operate under a single mission to serve adolescents through honor, excellence and integrity.  We extend our thanks and gratitude to the countless board members, staff members and volunteers who have helped to grow and shape our organization.  

Address

  • 3401 Newman Road
  • Mobile
  • AL
  • 36695
  • United States

Contact

  • Telephone: (251) 633-0475
  • 1Twitter1facebook

The Bridge Inc. - Westwood Residential Treatment Program

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Detoxification

Residential Detox

Residential Detox

Residential Short Term Detox | Residential Long Term Detox

Mobile

Mobile Holistic | Mobile Residential Long-Term | Mobile Detoxification

Prevention and Other Services

Drug Test ( for Individuals )

Alabama Services by Language

Alabama Rehabs with ASL or Assistance for the Hearing Impaired

Alabama Services for Communities

LGBTQ Community

Alabama Types of Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation | Substance abuse treatment

Alabama Types of Payments

Military Insurance | Alabama Treatments with Payment Assistance | Alabama Rehabs Covered by Private Health Insurance | Alabama Treatments With Sliding Fee Scale Payment Option | Alabama State Financed (other than Medicaid) Rehabs

Alabama Treatments by Gender and Age

Adolescents

Alabama Type of Detox

Detoxification

Alabama Special Services

Holistic Services

Alabama Types of Insurance

Medicaid

Alabama Counties

Mobile County

Alabama Cities

Mobile

Alabama Addiction Services by Type of Drugs

Alabama Addiction Services by Type of Drugs

Find other Drug & Alcohol Treatments for Addiction in Alabama

Meet a Detox Expert

MD, DABAM
Bio

Dr. Rohit is a Diplomate of the American Society of Addiction Medicine who has been supervising successful detox for over 13 years. He also has helped hundreds of people getting off drugs and alcohol addiction.