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Bridgeway Behavioral Health - Men's Residential Services

1570 S. Main Street, Saint Charles, Missouri, 63303
For more than 30 years, Bridgeway Behavioral Health has been providing men and women with gender-specific treatment for alcohol and drug addiction. Located in St. Charles, the Men’s Residential Program uses evidence-based practices and takes a trauma-focused approach to treatment, tying biology, sociology and psychology together to undercover the root causes of addiction. The highly-structured setting offers men a reliable and supportive environment for recovery, as well as safe space to develop and practice healthy coping skills for lifelong sobriety.

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  • Spiritual Counseling
  • Family Therapy
  • Medication Assisted Therapy


  • Aftercare Support

    Addiction recovery does not end with discharge after completing a rehab program. Facilities that offer aftercare planning and/or support work with patients to ensure sustainable recovery by helping to plan and make arrangements for transitional or sober living, help with housing, vocational counseling, etc.
  • Individual Therapy

    This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

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Meet the Staff

  • Connie Jacobi, MA, RSAP, MARS, SQP
    Connie Jacobi, MA, RSAP, MARS, SQPClinical Supervisor
    Connie was aware from an early age that counseling, specifically substance abuse counseling, was the field for her. In high school she became involved with the NCADA as a peer counselor, and became involved with prevention with her peers. She attended college at Saint Louis University with a BS in psychology, and then Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville for a MA in Clinical Adult Psychology.
  • Jess Davidson, LPC, ATR, MA
    Jess Davidson, LPC, ATR, MAClinical Supervisor
    Personal traits and the fact that she enjoys being a support to others drew her to this field. She recalls growing up wanting to be a teacher, and eventually went into teaching with her Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education from Illinois State University. From there she went directly into graduate school and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Art Therapy/Counseling. She is currently a Registered Art Therapist with the American Art Therapy Association, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Missouri, and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois.

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Patient Reviews

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  • 3.5
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As far as the treatment goes , bridgeway is a very strong /effective place to send a loved one. But if you want to know ANYTHING about your loved ones progress, have ANY questions or concerns or even have an emergency, do not expect the staff to pass any messages or for your loved one to be notified in any way shape or form
    Let\'s get real people...they don\'t show pictures of what it really looks like. The women\'s building is very old and full of dust and mold, therefore leaving me sick for my entire stay. Tho I did receive a lot of good education during the day and alot of just study groups in the evening. The place is very short on staff and some plainly don\'t care. As I asked everyone I saw the whole last week I was there about my medicine w promises that it would be there only to leave w out my medicine that would keep me from using again. There\'s really no good communication between staff. I don\'t think the top dog nurse really cares because it takes someone darn near dying to send to er. To top that off she would\'ve done any and everything to make sure I would\'ve had that medication and shot before leaving. I almost feel like I got set up for failure. We will see tho once outpatient hits
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    Staff is very dedicated and caring. My son was there. This was his 9th program.
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    They in there truly care. Not nearly enough one-on-one time. The facility does the best I can. It works if you wanted to work
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    They offer a rigorous comprehensive rehabilitation facility that has you going to classes for the better part of each day. I have personally never struggled with drug or alcohol addiction, but my step son does. The only thing is, they are only allowed to use the facilities phone (no personal phones rae allowed) for 5 minuets ONCE a week.