Community Bridges, Inc.

Transitional Housing
Mesa, AZ
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1855 W Baseline Rd
Mesa, AZ - 85202

(877) 931-9142 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one pmargaritis@cbridges.com Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Community Bridges, Inc.

CBI offers a full continuum of integrated medical and behavioral health services. Services range from crisis care, medical detoxification, rural stabilization and recovery units, outpatient behavioral health centers, residential programs, prevention, education, and outreach programs.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Services: Long-term Housing, Outpatient Services, Peer Support and Outreach

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  4. No will to live until I met cassandra, although I met similar women me and her have about the same issues that's why i will stick with her through all of this but my main issue was meth I've switched to Percocets more posted May 17, 2020
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