I found the facilities to be dirty and old. The food was supposed to be healthy however the food provided was processed and prepacked. There is not a full time kitchen staff. So come prepared to either eat cold cereal every morning or frozen waffles, french toast, bagels or toast. Limited fruit is available. All of which is put on a cart. Food may seem like a minor thing but when you have been abusing your body with drugs or alcohol you tend to not eat healthy. I believe that is an important part of the healing process. Don\'t expect to be outside for more than 10 minutes an hour or twice a week when they walk. The counselor I had was quick to label me and put me in \"box\" of what all addicts are like. Several of the staff was very good and not quick to judge but the few that weren\'t made things difficult. If you go there make sure to bring money for the vending machines, where you buy coffee, and laundry machines. They couldn\'t provide me with a towel and washcloth for two days and when I finally did get them I found out that was what I had to use the entire time I was there. I found the classes to be very helpful but wish that they didn\'t go for almost 12 hours a day. You only get to use the phone for 5 minutes a week or possibly when you meet with your counselor. Don\'t expect to have any alone time until your room is unlocked around 9 pm. They do make expecting mom\'s a priority which I see as a major plus. Also mom\'s can bring their children if they need too. The abuse classes offered is what drew me to Bridgeway, I just wish all the conditions I mentioned had been better. The client\'s vary from soccer mom to just out of prison or maybe just out of high school. Very intense rehab.