When it comes to treating prescription drug abuse in Texas, one name has earned the right to be called leaders in addiction treatment. BWSL is meeting the needs of the community with short and long-term programs that are custom designed for each patient’s needs and goals. If you’re dealing with an addiction to prescription or illicit drugs, call us now. Continue reading »
Very few sober living centers in Austin Texas offer intensive outpatient treatment as ongoing recovery for patients who have undergone residential treatment. At Bridgeway Sober Living, we are proud to offer one of the most widely recognized IOP facilities in the state. See a complete itinerary of our IOP programs by visiting our website. Continue reading »
Not all Austin recovery programs offer the same rate of success in beating addiction. If you’re looking for the last treatment center you’ll ever enter, BWSL is the right call. We’re not a revolving door treatment facility, rather we believe that by providing quality care the first time, patients can achieve their goals in long-term recovery. Continue reading »
At Bridgeway Sober Living, we believe rehabs that accept Blue Cross Blue Shield in Texas should also provide an opportunity for all PPO plan owners to receive addiction treatment using their benefits. We proudly take all private PPO plans and make it possible to finance drug and alcohol addiction treatment in a way that bis affordable to our patients. Continue reading »
What is a Sober Living Home?
Sometimes known as a halfway house, sober living home facilities act as a bridge between the in-patient care facility and going back to the real world. These facilities are designed to assist individuals to learn how to function again in society by participating in various responsible tasks, such as paying bills, household chores, meetings, and participating in events and activities that are drug-free. Continue reading »
The increasingly prevalent use of opioid addiction has triggered one of the most serious drug crises in the country’s history. In almost every state, fatal overdoses are being reported on an almost daily basis. Here’s what you need to know about the crisis in Texas. Continue reading »
As if kids and teenagers don’t have enough problems to deal with in life, there’s a relatively new phenomenon that’s causing substantial problems for them across the world. It’s called screen or digital addiction. Some experts will liken this new affliction to more familiar addictions like slot machine addiction. In other words, the individual gets stimuli from a device (computer, tablet, smartphone) that has a screen, and the stimuli becomes so powerful that it begins interfering with the person’s life. Continue reading »
Thanksgiving Kicksoff the Holiday Season every year
Thanksgiving is a time when family and friends get together, enjoy food and drink, and think about their blessings. This holiday feast seems like a time that everyone can look forward to, but for people in recovery from an addiction, Thanksgiving can be very stressful. Continue reading »
How to Find Work During AftercareSeptember 29, 2019 in 12 step, addiction treatment, Adventure Therapy, Adventure Therpay, Alcohol Abuse, Alcohol Treatment, Alcoholism, austin, Austin addiction recovery programs, Ayahuasca Addiction, bad habit, becoming sober, Blog, Cannabidiol, Depression, drug rehab, extended care, extended living, goals, habits, Information On Depression & Treatments, Intensive Outpatient Program, IOP, Recovery Center Austin TX, Rehab Hawaii, Sober Living, Tech Addiction, Video Gaming Addiction
Ways to Find Work After Rehab
If you’ve recently progressed through alcohol or drug rehab and have learned how to cope with and manage your addiction, you should feel like a new person. Getting through drug or alcohol treatment can be difficult and will invariably come with numerous obstacles that need to be overcome. Continue reading »
Sober Living – What, Why and How to ChooseSeptember 12, 2019 in Alcohol Abuse, Alcohol Treatment, Alcoholism, Depression, drug rehab, extended care, extended living, Recovery Center Austin TX, Sober Living
What is Sober Living?
Sometimes known as a halfway house, sober home living facilities act as a bridge between the in-patient care facility and going back to the real world. These facilities are designed to assist individuals to learn how to function again in society by participating in various responsible tasks, such as paying bills, household chores, meetings, and participating in events and activities that are drug-free. Continue reading »