Bridges of New York-Newburgh

Reentry & Treatment Facility

Last Updated: November 15, 2018
154 3rd St, Newburgh, NY 12550

Bridges of NY-Newburgh is for Reentry & Treatment Facility offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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Satellite View of Bridges of New York-Newburgh

You can support your loved ones at Bridges of NY-Newburgh on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 845-787-4933.

The Bridges of New York-Newburgh in Newburgh, NY, focuses on successful offender reintegration into society, crucial for effective crime control. With high recidivism rates, evidence-based practices tailor programs for medium to high-risk individuals, reducing repeat offenses. Reentry and Treatment Centers offer structured environments and various programs aiding rehabilitation and community reconnection efforts. Collaborating with the Orange Sheriff's Department, the New York Department of Corrections, and sometimes the Federal Bureau of Prisons, comprehensive reentry services prioritize education, substance abuse treatment, and workforce development. Facilities assist officers in monitoring compliance and serve as alternatives to pretrial detention, considering cost-effectiveness and reducing overcrowding. Emphasizing individual needs, family support, and community integration, the center aims for holistic support, empowering successful reintegration.

Bridges is a transitional housing program for alcoholism and drug dependency, with a focus on restoring clients to their highest level of spiritual, physical, emotional, and social health. We support the 12-step model, emphasizing the spiritual aspects of recovery.

Founded by Bishop Frank Costantino in Florida, Bridges International primarily serves the criminal justice population, addressing substance abuse and mental health issues through faith-based programming in a therapeutic community environment. We've extended our mission to New York to continue saving lives for over 30 years.

In the New York Metro area, drug and alcohol abuse has reached epidemic proportions, affecting one in every five households. Nearly 90% of inmates in County Correctional Facilities are incarcerated due to drug and alcohol-related crimes. We're committed to combating this epidemic by providing support and resources to those in need, ensuring they don't face the challenges of recovery alone.

Inmate Locator

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Visitation Information

Visiting hours for Bridges of NY-Newburgh are subject to change, so it's crucial to confirm them by contacting the facility directly by phone. Residents in treatment often have conflicting schedules as many have off-site employment and are not always available during visiting hours. Please reach out to 845-787-4933, on visitation procedures, applications, or directions to the facility in Newburgh.

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