Beverly Hills Bipolar Treatment Center Bridges to Recovery Launches New Residential Treatment Programs

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Bridges to Recovery's new Bipolar residential treatment programs feature treatment in lavish homes instead of traditional hospitals.

Mood Disorder Residential Treatment Facility In Los Angeles, Bridges to Recovery, Announces Their New Specialized Residential Treatment Program For Mood Disorders

Bridges to Recovery announced today the launch of their groundbreaking Bipolar Disorder residential treatment program.

Bridges to Recovery is a residential treatment center in Los Angeles, with facilities in Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades and Bel Air, California. Bridges to Recovery offers an effective alternative to a hospital environment for patients suffering from Bipolar Disorder.

The center has been treating mental health disorders since 2003 and is now offering specialized Bipolar Disorder residential treatment. Bridges to Recovery is perfect for those who are looking for Bipolar Disorder residential treatment in Beverly Hills. These centers offer licensed adult residential treatment programs, with one-on-one in-depth psychotherapy sessions to help people recover from their illnesses. The first-class treatment centers are like a home away from home with a helpful, friendly environment.

Many people find it surprising that Bipolar Disorder, is a more commonly diagnosed psychiatric disease than Panic Disorder, Schizophrenia, or OCD.

People with Bipolar Disorder usually recognize that their thoughts and actions are abnormal although many will try to hide their symptoms from those around them. When the need to continually perform any behavior interferes with forming healthy relationships or living up to his or her social and occupational responsibilities, it is time to seek help from those knowledgeable in the treatment of Bipolar Disorder.

Bridges to Recovery is an open-door facility that is open 24/7. The doors are never locked to keep patients in. This provides patients with the peace of mind to focus on their treatment. For more information please contact Bridges to Recovery at 1-877-386-3398 or online at

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