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The Bridge to Recovery - Bowling Green

3.5 Very Good (6 Reviews) |
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3.5
Very Good
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1745 The Bridge Road
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101

Services

  • Average Location/Amenities

Facility Highlights

Relapse Prevention

Christian Tradition

Diverse, Inclusive Program

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Paul Markle MA, LMFT; Certified Brainspotting (BSP)
Counselor

At The Bridge Bowling Green, Paul brings a diverse background with 20 years of experience in treating people with issues related to codependency, addictions, and trauma. He has also coached individuals and groups in leadership development on a corporate and interpersonal level. He has worked in both an inpatient setting in the past, and in private practice for 14 years. Paul holds a bachelors degree in behavioral science and a master’s degree in family systems counseling from Western Kentucky University. He also completed all requirements for his Ph.D. in Leadership Development with only full committee approval pending for the completion of that degree.

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Debra Cromwell CADC
Counselor

Debra joined the clinical team at The Bridge Bowling Green in May of 2011. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana and moving to Kentucky in 1971, she graduated from Western Kentucky University. Debra is certified by both the Kentucky Board of Certification of Alcohol and Drug Counselors and The International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium for Internationally Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors. She brings to the clinical team 17 years of work experience as a residential substance abuse therapist and completed 2 weeks of the emersion program at The Bridge to Recovery. Debra has one adult daughter and two teenage grandsons living in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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3.7
Very Good
The Bridge has the beginnings of something great. They do not have a psychiatrist on staff. The Bridge unravels you and doesn't put you back together, unless of course you are able to afford staying at least 12 weeks. I can't imagine what percent of patients are able to. Understanding of trauma conceptually.
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4.3
Great
Before entering treatment I was unsure if I wanted to live or die. I spent 2 months in the Bowling Green Ky center, and my life has been forever changed. I am the happiest I have ever been. I have a sense of serenity I never even knew existed. Not only did I leave a changed person but my stay there was wonderful. The staff, counselors, the lodging, the chefs, just everything was wonderful. My only advice is to bring sweatpants because the food really is that good.
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4.0
Great
had been without a drink for 20 years but had not worked steps of AA and was untreated. My husband left and I sunk into a deep depression, unable to function. The Bridge dealt with many issues on different levels and worked the AA program out of the big book .
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3.5
Very Good
The Bridge To Recovery does not support the healing of family relationships. I hope nobody else has to go through the experience that our family has with this treatment facility.
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The Bridge To Recovery did a horrifically poor job of working with my former fiance\' - she showed up as a sex addict and obvious borderline/anti-social personality disorder patient and these rescuing, biased, clueless therapists managed to be completely conned and manipulated by her to the point that SHE was the victim. They were rude, aggressive and completely uncaring with me as a significant other. DO NOT USE THIS TREATMENT CENTER - They were out of their depth She was a good liar but this treatment center was bias from the beginning.
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2.3
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I had a horrifically bad experience with \'The Bridge to Recovery\'. The Clinical Director, is a capable, insightful and caring person but she wasn\'t really in touch with the work of the staff members under her. I drove my former fiance there to deal with her off the charts love and sexual addiction but she was able to con the very biased treatment staff that she wasn\'t the perpetrator, she was the poor victim. I had been traumatized by her history that she told me about in graphic detail and I was understandably hurt, sad and angry. The Bridge to Recovery very unprofessionally enabled my ex. There was zero remorse or empathy. The sexual addiction was not addressed. She picked her addiction over a man who loved her and was more then willing to do the work. I would NOT send anyone to The Bridge to Recovery. They are easily conned, unprofessional, biased and uncaring unless you are the one paying the bill directly. Truth, honor, integrity and care for the family member and the family system were eliminated in favor of protecting and enabling my fiance. Stay away from them - they are clueless.
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