Blog

November 25, 2020

A Sunflower of Gratitude

Here’s a little present for you – a Sunflower of Gratitude…Actually it’s part of a little gratitude exercise I’d like to offer you as we contemplate what we are doing here in recovery this year at Thanksgiving.
November 5, 2020

Video: More About Phase I at Bridging the Gaps

Bridging the Gaps specializes in using an integrated approach to addiction treatment. Our treatment program is broken into 4 phases. Lead clinician, Bryon Powell, provides a basic overview of the first phase of treatment.
October 28, 2020

Video: Nutrition in Recovery

Becca Clay explains the role nutrition plays in addiction recovery.
October 28, 2020

Video: About our Family Program

Linda Wilk, our family program coordinator, discusses the recent changes we have made to our family program to support the loved ones of those recovering from addiction.
October 28, 2020

Video: What is a typical day like at Bridging the Gaps?

Here's what you can expect during a typical day in residential treatment. Bridging the Gaps is an integrated substance abuse treatment center in beautiful Winchester, VA.
September 28, 2020

Introducing New Group for Family Members

Bridging the Gaps is addressing the on-going needs of families by offering a weekly 90-minute Family Aftercare Group. Our new group is available for families seeking support as their loved ones continue into early recovery having completed residential treatment.
September 21, 2020

Neuroplasticity and Recovery: An Old Dog Can Learn New Tricks

I came across a post this morning from Brain Chat with the above quote. My first thoughts were, “thank God for neuroplasticity” and “I still can’t believe it’s real.” Then, of course, I reflected on my life and the way my brain worked throughout the many years I spent in active addiction.
September 14, 2020

Bridging the Gaps Looks to the Future

It certainly isn’t breaking news that we are in the midst of a lot of change and uncertainty with the ongoing pandemic. The ripple effects of COVID-19 have rocked the substance abuse treatment industry which has led to devastating consequences. We were already facing the opioid epidemic and an increased need for substance abuse treatment programs when the Coronavirus hit last spring.