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Bridgeway Recovery Services
Drug Addiction Treatment Center
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3325 Harold Dr NE Salem, OR 97305
3325 Harold Drive NortheastUSOregonSalem97305
Drug Addiction Treatment Center, Addiction Treatment Center
Drug Addiction Treatment Center
Addiction Treatment Center
Alcoholism Treatment Program
Family Counselor
Medical Clinic
Mental Health Service
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Rehabilitation Center
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Today 8AM–8PM
Thursday 8AM–8PMFriday 8AM–8PMSaturday 8:30AM–2:30PMSunday ClosedMonday 8AM–8PMTuesday 8AM–8PMWednesday 8AM–8PM
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"Amazing counselor's amazing people its a great program."
"I would never encourage a struggling addict to utilize this facility."
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Mariah Swayngim
3 weeks ago
Amazing counselor's amazing people its a great program. Detox is seven to ten days its hard to get through so the negative reviews are bull. The two sides provide detox and outpatient they are separate and obviously provide differing situations. Detox is there to do just that...feed you and medicate the symptoms and let you sleep it off. They monitor you through it and mentor you when you need it. Outpatient is great. The counselor's are there for you every step of the way. The patients are supportive and I recommend bridgeway. Recovery is working it takes time and work.
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Chris Fox
3 months ago
A close friend went there 2 years ago and she is still maintaining her sobriety.
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Mandy Terebesi
a year ago
All I can say is WOW! When you go in for detox all they do is throw pills at you and food. There is no counseling or groups. There are a select few that work there that do care about people but the rest of the staff leaves a lot to be desired. I was detoxing off of my prescription pain medication and they kicked me out the door after 7 days. When I got home, I had severe withdrawal symptoms still happening so I call them and say that I feel like I need another week of detox and the director Patty, belittled me and said this is all my fault and that I need to suffer through it. She refused to re-admit me. Oh and then proceeded to tell me I was no longer welcome to the NA meeting I attended there because I drank a beer to calm my extreme anxiety from my withdrawal. I was crying out for help but got NONE! No one made me get off of my meds, I did it on my own. They are a money hungry, non-caring facility. A friend of mine went in and had the exact same experience and when he got out he relapsed, tried to call Patty for help and she belittled him and told him he was not coming back, that the place wasn't a mission. THIS IS WRONG! If you need help, do not go to this place. Please, go elsewhere to get real help.
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Brandon Thompson
a year ago
Changed my life
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Travis MacKenzie
2 months ago
A very close friend of mine went to Bridgeway for recovery. My friend was doing well until staff negligence and apathy resulted in a relationship forming between said friend and another patient. I do not understand how an addictions facility can simply let this happen. While I know the parties involved are to blame as well, this is simply the type of thing that absolutely cannot be allowed to happen to patients in the beginning stages of recovery. It is an unacceptable lack of oversight, responsibility and accountability that can lead to the situation my friend was in. As for both patients success rate? A big fat 0 for 2. Neither have maintained sobriety and are worse off than before admittance to Bridgeway. I would never encourage a struggling addict to utilize this facility.
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The Traveler
a year ago
First I'll start off by saying that some of the people that work there are wonderful, caring, spiritual people and they truly care about helping people. But the majority of the people are nothing by money mongers. They are not interested in the recovery and cure of addictions, they are only out for the money they can get from insurances or cash. The so called "Dr" that is called the medical director is nothing but a quack who uses his so called degree to pretend that he cares about helping people. He is there for the money and nothing else. If you are looking for true help, if you are looking for the mental counseling to help you to understand your addictions and overcome them, Bridgeway is NOT the place to go. It is NOT the help you need. If anything, they will probably help your addictions so you can keep coming back so THEY can capitalize on your addictions. The sad truth is, there are people there that have been there 27 times or more. This place should be closed. They are killing people. They not helping anyone. It is all about money.........Do not go there if you need help. You wont find it there......
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jesse Toney
a year ago
I wasn't actually trying to give a formal review, trurh be told im really online looking for the actual number for the detox out there and some how got caught in a vicious web of pop-adds that kidnapped my phone for a couple of minutes before finally coughin' me up here. Here, where im requested to broadcast my honest overall thoughts and feelings about my treatment and care while i was in your Bridgeway Detox facility so i figured wtf? im really really stoned...LEGALLY!
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