6 month Residential Treatment Facility for Adult Women
Residential Substance Treatment Program seeks to achieve the following specific objectives:
To provide a flexible-term, residential, community-based treatment program consisting of group and individual therapy for alcohol and drug abusers.
To provide a continuum of services, intensive day and evening residential treatment, independent living skills development opportunities, case management, relapse prevention, family treatment if indicated and community education.
Involvement in vocational activities that support increased job skills and job readiness.
To ensure the use of the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 Step program in the recovery process.
Re-Entry / Transition: Clients seek employment, gain employment, pursue vocational training and/or further education.
All admissions are conducted at 4150 Earhart Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70125. Priority admission given to pregnant women.
Mission Statement: Bridge House/ Grace House was founded on the principle that recovery from addiction could not be maintained without an individual’s basic needs being met. For 60 years, it has been our mission to provide substance abuse treatment services to those who have lost everything, are hopeless, helpless, and many wanting to die. The only organization offering long-term residential, gender specific treatment; our clinical and vocation-based programs validate each individual as an important member of our community while promoting personal responsibility in a life of recovery.
Recognized for our innovation and community engagement in transforming addictive behaviors to realize human potential, strengthen families and build a vibrant, safe and healthy greater New Orleans area, we treat over 700 homeless, indigent, uninsured, and/or unemployed men and women each year.
Our services are offered regardless of one’s ability to pay.