What to Expect at WestBridge
WestBridge strives every day to provide the best in Integrated Dual Disorder treatment for adults with mental illness and substance use issues. Whatever component of our program individual's experience; they can expect compassionate, warm interactions with everyone at WestBridge. We provide an environment of hope, healing, and support combined with research-proven treatment modalities.
During the Initial Assessment/Evaluation period at WestBridge, participants spend a significant amount of time with every member of the team. The team will be gathering information from any prior treatment, including any medical records. The team will be gathering core elements of the evaluation to include but not limited to: Vocational Assessments, Psychiatric assessments, Substance Use profiles, Family Histories, Strengths Assessments, and Goal Planning. The Family Program Coordinator will be contacting family and others in the support system to complete Family Education and Support Assessments to prepare and orient them to the Family Education and Support program.
After the approximate four to six week Initial Assessment period, WestBridge will compile information and formulate an eight to 10 page 'Consultation/Clinical Assessment' for the participant and the family. This will report all of the above findings and will include WestBridge treatment recommendations.