Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How can you be good at so many different conditions?
A. Chronic illnesses of all kinds, (not including genetic disorders) are the body’s way of manifesting imbalance. We are comfortable with the combined ability of our professional staff to guide your entire system to recovery. You will notice in our literature that we embrace all effective modalities, traditional and non-traditional. As your system balances, it is able to heal.

Q. How do I get there?
A. You can fly directly to St George, Utah and we will pick you up and take you to the resort for check-in, or to save money, you can fly to Las Vegas and take the hourly “Las Vegas to St George shuttle” and we’ll pick you up at the shuttle stop.

Q. What do I bring?
A. A complete list can be found on our website under what to bring.

Q. Do you take away my medication?
A. No. You will need to bring with you ALL of your medications for the three week stay. Our job is to help you feel better. As you feel better, our doctors will help you in reduction and/or elimination.

Q. Do I have to share a room?
A. A private room is the standard occupancy.

Q. Do I have to stay at The Bridge Recovery Center’s housing?
A. No not at all! You are more than welcome to provide your own accommodations and in doing so you will receive a discount. Guest choosing to do so will receive a $3,000 discount.

Q. What if I can’t keep up with the schedule?
A. Our schedule is rigid and gentle at the same time. You are expected to attend appointments and classes even if that means laying down and relaxing on difficult days. As you gain strength and recover, you will be able to do more. As you listen to your system, you will know when to push and when to stop and listen.

Q. What if I have a problem while I’m there?
A. We have 24 hour on call staffing. They are trained in basic first aid and CPR. If you require skilled nursing or help in the shower or bathroom, The Bridge should be considered an option after your condition improves the point that you are self sufficient.

Q. I think I may be too sick to qualify for the program. How would I know?
A. As you complete the application process, one of our professionals will contact you and help you to determine if our program is the right fit. If you are ambulatory, continent, and have no history of harm to yourself others, you will probably be accepted.

Q. Can I bring my service animal?
A. Absolutely! The Bridge accepts all of those needing assistance from a service animal and will be glad to accommodate both of you. – See more at: