Community Bridges Inc located at 2770 East Van Buren Street in Phoenix, Arizona provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Community Bridges Inc provides Smoking not permitted for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Computerized treatment, Hospital inpatient , Hospital inpatient detoxification, Intensive outpatient treatment, Outpatient, Outpatient day treatment or partial hospitalization, Outpatient detoxification, Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or vivitrol, Regular outpatient treatment, Residential, Residential detoxification that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Phoenix, Arizona, then entering addiction treatment at Community Bridges Inc is the right choice. Community Bridges Inc generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Community Bridges Inc also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Federal or any government funding for substance abuse programs, Mastercard, Medicaid, Medicare, Military insurance, Private health insurance, State financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Visa. Community Bridges Inc can be contacted through their website at www.communitybridgesaz.org.
You may have to wait for a couple hours but if you are serious about detoxing or becoming sober then any wait should be worth it .they dress you out and you domt get to use your phone shortly after getting there so make all of your phone calls prior to walking in and registering. I would recommend this place or saint Luke's behavioral health if you are serious about getting help. Both places take acchhs as an insurance so no need to worry about thsy .if you are going in best of luck to you hope everything works out for the best for you. Take care..
Our staff is loving and family oriented. Also we care about each patient that comes through the door. I was impressed at my first interview with Bill and Kim, they worked as a team.
The team at Central City is the best! From my P.c Martha and all the med staff, Shawna and Sussie your the kindest thank you for allways taking the time to answer my questions. Bret, Gwen, Trena and Rene you have all helped me taking the time to make sure im ok thank you.
I was in tucson az. I love this place..
This place was and still is amazing! Helped me through the hardest time in my life. Everyone from the initial check-in, the nurses and peer staff are great. If you want to get off your opiate addiction, definitely the place to go.
It helps me to maintain my SOBRIETY and RECOVERY. I also have my PCP,.PSYCHE DR,.MY GROUPS, AND 1 ON 1 COUNSELING THERE. If u r struggling with addiction, PLEASE go THERE. They will help and support you 100.
Any place willing to help gets 5 stars i got clean
As a recovering addict I find it laughable reading all these negative comments about CBI. For a minute I thought I was reading reviews for the Hampton Inn & Suites. Everyone has different needs, come from different situations and have different levels of desire to truly quit. Of course we all want the easy way. "It was too cold. The food sucked. It was dirty. They were mean to me." Maybe it's just me but I sure wasn't complaining when I was in the depths of my addiction. Especially about such insignificant stuff. In the streets or in jail. I was a lying, cheating, thieving, deceitful, disgusting, selfish, miserable, unfaithful, unreliable drunk and drug addict. I wasn't going to let anything or anybody get in the way of my drink or my high. The people that work there do become desensitized to seeing so many individuals, in some cases repeatedly, check themselves in for treatment, making every kind of false proclamation, lying to themselves about getting clean. I know because I was one of those people. I'm sure it isn't easy dealing with addicts on a daily basis. Now, is that wrong? Sure. Is that bad? Maybe. Can things be better? Absolutely. But it's going to take the efforts of an entire community to bring about that change. Give me one example when merely sitting and complaining about something brought positive and lasting change. The bottom line is when you are ready, when you've lost EVERYTHING and the only thing you have left to lose is your life, not even the most inconvenient, uncomfortable, unclean, dilapidated, rude staffed, insufficient care giving rehab, treatment center, halfway house, detox or loony bin is going to stop you from becoming and maintaining a lifetime of sobriety. Thank you CBI. You definitely made a difference in my life. Have a Blessed day ya'll.
Tell em ur smi for bed
These people really helped me during my larazopram withdraws I suffered from horrible symptoms and I didn't even have to say anything they knew something was happening and they prescribed me what I needed... After going to three hospitals too scared to tell anyone what was happening to me somebody finally sent me to this place and they got me the help I needed. Withought them something could have happened to me I am forever grateful they got me better in three days and sent me to a sober living house. Where I did AA and continued on my addiction with extensive treatment.
Food was not good. Too cold in the 24 hour watch room and dirty