Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) is a private non-profit organization that provides services throughout Arizona. We offer a full continuum of behavioral health programs and support the community at large. We pride ourselves on providing a full continuum of the highest quality substance abuse and mental health treatment, lifesaving interventions, support for women and children, outreach to help the homeless and community-based prevention and education services for youth and families. We exist to save lives, help people find their way to recovery, and promote prevention programs that support a healthy and thriving community.
CBI has something to offer for everyone. We are committed to providing education about substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, prevention resources for youth and families, and offer help 24/7 through our Peer Access to Care Line. We believe recovery is possible and prevention works!
Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) was founded in 1982 and we are quickly approaching our thirtieth year of service to the community. CBI was incorporated as the East Valley Alcoholism Council (EVAC), a non-profit agency, for the purpose of providing a comprehensive community chemical dependency network in the East Valley. In 2002 we changed our name to Community Bridges and expanded our mission to assisting homeless, indigent, and working poor men and women from Arizona. Today, we are one of the largest statewide providers offering over 25 programs in 11 cities in Maricopa, Pinal, Gila, Yuma, Navajo, Apache, and Cochise Counties for individuals who are in need of treatment for co-occurring disorders, as well as prevention and education services. CBI provides these services without regard to race, creed, gender, ethnicity, physical limitations, or the individuals’ ability to pay.
To be an agent of positive change in our communities.
We Value Human Life
The Sustaining of Human Life
And the Recovery of Human Life
Always With Dignity