COVID-19 Status Update

Update as of 5/29/2020

Bridging the Gaps has proactively responded to the Coronavirus pandemic. To date, there are no known cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) at Bridging the Gaps.

The health and safety of our clients and staff continues to be our top priority. We are closely monitoring this rapidly evolving pandemic so that we can proactively respond with the most up-to-date information and strategies.

As Virginia prepares to reopen and COVID-19 testing becomes more widely available, we are expanding our services to include the admission of new residential clients. We are continuing to provide PHP, IOP, and OP services via Telehealth. If you are not sure what level of care you or your loved one requires, please give us a call.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.
540-535-1111

Protocols in Place:
    • Updated admissions procedures
    • Amended intake protocolview residential protocols here
    • Telehealth services established for PHP, IOP, and OP
    • Daily screening and temperatures taken for all staff and clients
    • Daily disinfection and sanitation of the facility
    • Social distancing encouraged 
    • Masks worn by individuals entering the facility
    • Daily 12 step meetings attended virtually
    • Family visitation has been suspended
    • Access to the gym and other community services have been suspended

An Integrative Addictions Treatment Facility

Learn more about what makes Bridging the Gaps different from other Substance Use Treatment Facilities.

Bridging the Gaps Offers a Unique Program

At Bridging the Gaps we use an integrated approach to treatment that is designed to support your health and wellbeing. We specialize in getting to the root causes of addiction so that you can build a bridge to wellness.

We provide quality, compassionate, and comprehensive care for adults in need of substance abuse treatment.  For over 20 years, we have been helping individuals transform their lives. Health and happiness can be found free of drug and alcohol dependence.

We use an innovative approach that promotes healing of the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. Our programs combine proven effective psycho-social-spiritual therapies and 12 step approaches with some of the most progressive modalities available. This combination restores physical and neurological health and enhances spiritual well-being.

Located in the Beautiful Shenandoah Valley

Learn more about Bridging the Gaps – our story, our mission, and our staff.

Strong Roots in Recovery

Bridging the Gaps is long-term care substance abuse treatment facility located in the heart of the historic Winchester, VA. For over 20 years we have supported individuals who are seeking recovery. At BTG you will have an opportunity to integrate with a strong recovery community through daily 12 step meetings in Winchester. In addition, you will be guided through cutting edge therapeutic modalities by our talented and compassionate staff.

A Bridge to Your Future

Bridging the Gaps offers a full range of substance abuse treatment services which are personalized to meet you wherever you are on your recovery journey. We have three homes located within a mile of our clinical office that support our clients through our four-phase treatment structure. Alternately, an outpatient program may be more appropriate for your level of need. Our admissions counselors can help you decide what level of care is right for you or your loved one.

Substance Abuse Treatment Customized to You

Bridging the Gaps offers a wide range of programs to meet your unique needs.

Residential

Our residential program provides the greatest structure and support for early recovery. Addiction is often a disease of isolation, so having community support is essential to the healing process. Many people find the break from every day stressors a major bonus of engaging in residential treatment.

Partial Hospitalization

Our Partial Hospitalization (PHP) program (commonly referred to as day treatment) offers a rigorous option for individuals whose needs and circumstances make them candidates for a non-residential program. At this level clients receive a full curriculum without the residential support.

Intensive Outpatient

Our Intensive Outpatient (IOP) program provides half-day treatment for those who need less structure or those who are further along their journey. IOP allows individuals to receive proven effective treatment modalities and personalized support in their own community with minimal disruption to everyday life.

Outpatient

Our continuing care (outpatient) program provides treatment for those that have engaged in the continuum of care at Bridging the Gaps or another treatment facility. The program provides accountability, support, and structure for maintaining long-term sobriety.

Our Admissions Director can help you decide which level of care is right for you or your loved one. Bridging the Gaps believes that it takes more than 30 days to establish lasting recovery. When the client is assessed as ready, Bridging the Gaps provides support in transitioning slowly to more independent living to ease any difficulties the client may encounter. Each client is guided on an individualized taper from the structure of the residential treatment setting to promote maintained abstinence and relapse prevention. Learn more about our levels of care.

A Comprehensive Therapeutic Approach

Bridging the Gaps offers multiple, integrated therapeutic modalities to support healing the whole person – mind, body, and spirit.

At Bridging the Gaps, we pride ourselves on our clinical program and state-of-the-art care we provide to each of our clients. Our trained clinicians offer person-centered treatment to meet each client where they are and help them reach their goals. We use evidence-based practices to support your recovery.

Our modalities include individual, group, and family therapy, nutritional therapy, neurofeedback, Brainspotting, meditation, experiential therapy, creative expressions, accudetox, and daily exercise. We even have a therapy dog in training (Rodie, the Golden Retriever). Learn more.

Our Admissions Director is Here to Guide You

At Bridging the Gaps we strive to make the admissions process easy to understand and stress-free. We’re available 24/7 to answer your questions. We know that choosing the right treatment for you or your loved one is a big decision. We look forward to answering your questions – all calls are confidential.

We accept most insurances. Call us to verify yours today – 540-535-1111

In Network:
Anthem BlueCross and BlueShield  •  Blue Cross Federal • Carefirst • TriCare

Out of Network:

Aetna  •   Highmark  •  Optima  • Optum  • Cigna  • Magellan Behavioral Health
United Healthcare  •  Beacon Health Options

We do not accept Medicare or Medicaid at this time.

Recent Articles About Substance Use Disorder

Our blog is a great resource to learn more about Bridging the Gaps and current affairs within the field of Substance Use Treatment. Enjoy the most recent articles below.

How to Stop Intense Cravings in Early Recovery

Every addict knows that intense cravings for alcohol, or your drug of choice, can take you out and lead to relapse in early recovery. Often, addicts find that they do not just crave their drug of choice; they begin to crave for cross-compulsions like sugar, caffeine, nicotine, gambling, porn, sex, relationships, video games… any substance or process that will quiet that inner discomfort for a time.

Hitting the Reset on Life: Coronavirus can be the pause you need to envision a new life in recovery

You have been gifted with a pause. There are few times in life when we come across an event that allows us to stop and completely re-envision what we want for our future. Coronavirus has given us a collective break to step back from work or commuting every day, and place our attention on other things. The question is: how are you utilizing this pause?

Face Masks vs. Computer Screens: Bridging the Gaps test runs in-person groups as Virginia loosens restrictions

Now that Virginia is in Phase 2 of reopening, we are testing the waters for in-person group therapy sessions. There was a debate among the clinical team as to which scenario would beat out the other in popularity: an intimate group in which you can’t see anyone’s face or a distanced group that is not masked.