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The road to recovery can be long, but you don't have to walk it alone

We're here to help bridge the gap to wellness

Yoga Class
a very large group of sober addicts gather at a convention for an aerial view group photo
Community Group at the Park
Proud Woman hold up a sign stating that she's been drug free for many decades
Yoga Class
a very large group of sober addicts gather at a convention for an aerial view group photo
Community Group at the Park
Proud Woman hold up a sign stating that she's been drug free for many decades
Young Child holds a sign proclaiming her mother is clean and sober
Adult Graduation from Drug Court
Couple at a Rally
friends posing for a picture outdoors
Young Child holds a sign proclaiming her mother is clean and sober
Adult Graduation from Drug Court
Couple at a Rally
friends posing for a picture outdoors
Bridge Recovery is a Recovery Community Organization (RCO) in North East Georgia. We advocate for our clients with peer-based experience and assistance. We're led by individuals in long term recovery who are committed to honoring all paths to recovery.
Our Mission
To bridge the gap between substance use and mental health disorders to a recovery path of the individuals choosing

Recovery Support Services

We offer a variety of services and programs to help you along your path to recovery.

Education and Training

As part of our work in harm reduction, we work with the Georgia Overdose Prevention Project to supply Naloxone to those at risk.

Advocacy and Activism

We work in tandem with the Georgia Council for Recovery to help educate our community and destigmatize substance use disorders.
Financial Planning

We can help you learn how to set and follow a budget so that you never have to live in fear of another rainy day.

Housing Resources

Struggling to find secure housing? We'll help you find a safe home, and guide you through the rental process.

Naloxone Distribution

Are you or someone you know at risk of an overdose? We'll provide you with life-saving Narcan spray free of cost.

Group Meetings

We host multiple group meetings each week, to help you find the support you need to stay the course.

Workforce Preparation

Need help finding a steady job? Writing a resume? We're here to help you along your path to rehabilitation.

Peer Coaching

Individual meetings with a certified peer specialist, to help ensure you're meeting your recovery goals.

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about finding the help that you deserve.
Do I have to be referred by a doctor or social worker to ask Bridge Recovery for help?
No. Individuals do not have to meet the DSM-V criteria for substance use disorder to request support. Any Adult, age 18 years or older, who self identifies as a person with substance use disorder may request support from us. The only requirement is a desire to recover from drug and alcohol use.
Do I have to commit to Bridge Recovery for a fixed amount of time in order to get support?
No, any individual who desires to leave or discontinue support may do so at any time.

Additionally any individual who fails to follow the guidelines of Bridge Recovery may be discharged.
Bridge Recovery will reserve the right to exclude individuals who exhibit dangerous behavior toward the staff, themselves, or others.
Does Bridge Recovery provide medical or clinical rehabilitation services?
No, Bridge Recovery will not provide clinical services, but will collaborate with participants to provide resources for such services if the individual desires.
Are there any fees associated with receiving support from Bridge Recovery?
Nope! Bridge Recovery does not charge individuals seeking support a fee of any kind; however, some of the services we might connect you with might require payment, but if you are unable, we will help work with you to find a solution.
I'm not in the area that Bridge Recovery services; what can I do?
You're still more than welcome to come to any meetings or events that Bridge Recovery Hosts, but you can also check on the Georgia Council for Recovery to find an RCO in your area, or contact us to be connected to a peer counselor who can direct you further.
Can I recieve Narcan free of cost from Bridge Recovery?
Yes, if you or a loved one is at risk for an overdose please contact us or Georgia Overdose Prevention to request a free Naloxone kit and training.

Still have questions?

Send us a message and we'll connect you with a certified peer counselor.

We'd like to thank our generous sponsors, who make all the work that we do possible.

"Bridge recovery worked with me fresh out of prison when I had no real direction to go in. They helped me secure a grant for entry into a Recovery program. and have continued to be a resource for my recovery ever since."

Ben, Recovery Community Member
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"Bridge recovery worked with me fresh out of prison when I had no real direction to go in. They helped me secure a grant for entry into a
Recovery program. and have continued to be a resource for my recovery ever since."

Ben, Recovery Community Member