Bridge Clinic

Jefferson County Public Health’s (JCPH) Bridge Clinic is a low barrier, harm-reduction based clinic for the treatment of opioid use disorder with suboxone and naltrexone. We are designed to be a short-term program (initiation to maintenance) that “bridges” patients to long-term care with community providers.

Client Information

A shared approach to treatment designed to help you meet your goals, including:

  • Medication therapy
  • Referrals for mental health support
  • A low-barrier, non-abstinence based program

Provider Information

  • A low-barrier, non-abstinence based, harm reduction program.
  • Medication therapy with suboxone or naltrexone.
  • Referrals available for mental health support. Counseling is strongly encouraged, but not required.
  • Case management is available on-site and is a standard part of intake and follow-up visits. 

How to refer a patient to the Bridge Clinic 

Who to refer 

  • We accept Medicaid, UnitedHealthcare and Blue Cross/Blue Shield Insurance.  
  • We do not offer services to adolescents or pregnant patients, but we can assist in connecting these patients to specialized Medication for Opioid Disorder (MOUD) programs. 

How to visit us

  • Walk-in clinic every Tuesday from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
  • Scheduled appointments are available during normal clinic business hours.
  • The Bridge Clinic is located at 645 Parfet Street, Lakewood, CO 80215
  •  Contact us at 303-239-7087 or email the Bridge Clinic team.


Healthcare Provider Handout

Bridge Clinic Informational Flyer

Points West Syringe Services Program [External link]