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Bridgeway Center Stories of Strength

Stories of Strength: Bridgeway Center’s Medically Assisted Treatment Program

Brian began using heroin in 2015 when his son was incarcerated. He was unable to stop using drugs and became physically dependent on them. “Bridgeway Center Saved my life.” 

Brian was assessed and enrolled in the Medically Assisted Treatment program at Bridgeway. Thanks to the hard work of the dedicated staff, he is now on a schedule where he is administered Sublocade, a once-a-month injection. Brian says he feels great and is in therapy learning new skills to succeed, which has led to clean living and success in keeping off heroin since October of 2022.

Congratulations Brian, and thanks for making a difference Bridgeway Center!




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