Our Family Intervention team intervenes with families who are on the verge of, or who have experienced a breakdown. In many cases, our team responds to youth who have run away, have been locked out, or who are otherwise homeless. Services are available 24 hours a day every day of the year. This critical program aims to unify, or reunify families, repair relationships, and maintain a safe home environment with a goal to divert them from the Department of Children and Family Services or the Juvenile Justice System when possible.

The Bridge provides comprehensive counseling and therapy services, specializing in depression and anxiety facing children and families. We use Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as our agency model, though our clinicians offer a variety of treatment options.

  • Individual (One on One Counseling)
  • Family Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Trauma Recovery

No one is ever turned away because of an inability to pay. Fees are based on family income and financial situation. The Bridge accepts Medicaid and BCBS PPO

The Bridge Mentor Program is a prevention program for children aged 11-18. Our unique program pairs adult mentors one-on-one with youth and facilitates monthly activities for the larger group. Mentoring is a proven method of promoting social skill development and healthy decision-making by teaching through example. Mentors help opportunity youth develop a more positive outlook on their futures, improve academically, and get along better with their peers and family members.

In addition to individual counseling, The Bridge facilitates many group therapy programs. Many programs are offered on-site and others meet at area schools and are in partnership with schools.
These Programs Include:​

Click the links above for more information about each group.