BridgeWay House is a residential outpatient group home for recovering substance abuse addicts that provides counseling, accountability, and a spiritual 12 step program to recover and treat the whole person, and not just the addiction. 

Our Vision: At BridgeWay House, our vision is inspired by a spiritual way of living. We live and act as a family with one common goal above all else; to recover.  We will actively practice a 12 step program and apply “spirituality” as our way of life.  Our structured program includes a daily routine of clear cut direction, which we will implement into our lives on our journey to recovery. Our goal is to come together as one suffering alcoholic/addict to another and to develop a relationship with a power greater than ourselves.

Our Mission: BridgeWay House is devoted to providing a safe and nurturing atmosphere that empowers those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction to successfully recover.

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We are located at:

BridgeWay House Inc
720 Buck Run Road
Coatesville PA, 19320

Contact us by Phone @ 484-681-2784 or visit our Contact Page

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Mark Harlan


Mark struggled with addiction for 15 years before finally recovering from this disease. His addiction to drugs and alcohol resolved in homelessness, jails, and eventually overdose. In and out of seven different recovery homes and treatment centers, Mark finally successfully recovered through the 12 steps of AA which enabled him to mend the bridges he allowed to suffer through the years.

Mark’s challenging journey has prepared and inspired him to open BridgeWay House so that he can successfully help others to recover.  His personal experiences have enabled him to become an extremely relatable source to those who are seeking recovery.

After going through numerous ineffective recovery houses, I made a promise to myself that once I successfully recovered I would open my own house to support others in their addiction.
— Mark Harlan