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“The environment and overall atmosphere that you have created (at Bridge at Valley Glen) leave little doubt that our son is not only being taken care of but more importantly learning to care for himself…We would like to extend our gratitude for all that you have done for our family and our son.” (M. & M. C., parents of Bridge resident)

“I came to Bridge (at Valley Glen) at a period of desperation. I’d been trying to get sober for over a year and nothing was working. I was on the verge of losing just about everything important to me in life…When I saw pictures of Bridge online and then spoke with Dave (Casey) I instinctively knew that Bridge was the right place for me. From the initial phone call to moving in, Dave and the house managers immediately made me feel welcome, safe, and comfortable. I moved to L.A. and into Bridge within 24 hours of first speaking with Dave (Casey) on the phone.
The Bridge approach is that recovery doesn’t have to be an unpleasant experience. That sobriety needs to be fun on order for it to stick. Also, levels of structure are based on the individual instead of using a rigid approach. (While at Bridge) I was able to build a good sober base while keeping a lucrative job that I greatly enjoy. After four months of Bridge I had finished working through the steps, found an excellent sponsor,…and most importantly found happiness and tranquility in sobriety. I ended up staying almost eight months and left feeling I had built up the stable base I needed to live a happy sober life.
I would recommend Bridge to anyone who wants/needs to work on their sobriety in a luxurious and comfortable environment that has just the right amount of structure. It is a great place for working professionals. Dave (Casey) cares deeply about each resident at Bridge and their recovery..” (J. G., Bridge resident)

“I lived at Bridge (at Valley Glen) for about a year, and it was immensely helpful in my recovery…The requirements for staying there were stringent enough to keep me on the right path when I tended to drift, but flexible enough that I did not feel constricted or controlled. Dave Casey was very patient with me, and didn’t give up on me in times when I nearly gave up on myself, and for this I am grateful.” (J. F., Bridge resident)
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