Mental Health Awareness Month 2024

Help us this May in our efforts of spreading awareness for mental health!

Mental Health Awareness Month was established in 1949 to increase awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness in Americans’ lives and to celebrate recovery from mental illness.

All funds raised from now until the end of May goes to support our mission of providing services to support youth and families in creating emotional wellness, strong relationships, and successful futures.

Let’s continue to raise awareness, guidance, and support for our communities!

From Our Clients

“I experience social anxiety. Because of The Bridge, I was able to attend a school event.”


“The Bridge is a great source for help and encouragement. It truly serves a massive need in our community…”


“Therapy has helped me reflect on my relationship with my mother and reduced conflicts at home.”


“Because of The Bridge, I can reframe my negative cognitions into positives without counselor interventions.”


“I was able to identify how peer pressure affected my decision making. I’m able to use therapy activities to change my behavior.”


“The Bridge is a safe place where I can voice my thoughts and feelings. I’m now motivated and engaged in the process.”