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About Turning Point Bridge
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The Mission of Bridge To provide criminal justice involved individuals and their families with comprehensive therapeutic services according to their recovery and re-entry needs. By treating the whole person, Bridges International believes they are able to nurture a culture of true healing and personal growth within their Therapeutic Communities.
This culture raises awareness and helps to bring about changes in the way people think, live, and function.
These positive, uplifting changes are then applied to every aspect of their lives.
This ultimately impacts their relationships not only with themselves, but with their souls, families, friends, co-workers, and neighbors. Bridges programs consist of multiple programs to accommodate the client’s needs; specifically those related to his/her criminal behavior.
The program provides substance abuse treatment to inmates and clients with a history of substance abuse problems and/or drug related crimes
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