"Working to implement a unique plan for individuals to recognize, overcome and proactively react to the precursors causing addictive behavior."
Samuel Ballard, Owner
Who do we treat?
WestBridge Recovery Center specializes in substance abuse treatment for adults, ages 18 through 65. Licensed by the state of Texas and accredited by Joint Commission, with Licensed Chemical Dependency counselors and trained recovery technicians, WestBridge provides the very best possible treatment.
WestBridge Recovery Center is a beautiful 2-story, 15 bed Residential Treatment Center, as well as an Intensive Outpatient Treatment Center. WestBridge takes pride in being able to provide the level of care that it is known for. Our counselor to client ratio ratio is lower than the typical treatment center, giving everyone an opportunity for frequent 1 on 1 sessions, more productive group sessions and an environment that feels less institutional and more like a home.
What type of substances do we treat for?
WestBridge Recovery Center treats for a multitude of substances, including crack, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, Methamphetamines, Benzodiazepenes, alcohol, and more.
What about Detox?
Althought WestBridge Recovery does not provide medically assisted detox at our facility, we agree that some individuals will most certainly need it. The need for detox depends on the drug of choice, the amount consumed and how often it is used. In most cases, those who suffer from alcohol, Opioids (ex: heroin) and Benzodiazepines (ex: Xanax) will require detox. In order to determine whether or not an individual requires admission to a detox program, it is recommended that they be assessed by a professional prior to any treatment. This will ensure that the person is being provided treatment that is necessary for their addiction.
It is sometimes believed that medication assisted therapy is a great option for some, however WestBridge does not provide nor allow any mind altering substances/habit forming medications at any time. We take a very holistic approach in recovery.
How do we treat?
By using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), we are able to help clients identify thought provoking triggers and feelings to overcome their addiction.
Motivational Interviewing is another method used by our counselors. This method is used to help those afflicted to change their obstructive behavior. Some have more success in recovery with this method, while others with CBT and still some benefit from both.
And of course, let's not forget 12-Step Program. The 12-step program is commonly thought to be for alcoholics only, but that simply isn't the case. The 12-step program is beneficial to all those who suffer with addiction. The 12-Steps can even be used by any individual wishing to make positive changes in their lives.