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How We Help

If you or someone you know is facing a mental health or substance use crisis, you are not alone. The Bridge Center is ready to provide the crisis care you need any time, day or night. Similar to an emergency department, we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and you do not need a referral. Anyone aged 18 and older can seek care at our facility.

At the Bridge Center, you will receive the help you need in the best possible recovery environment. Our facilities include healing spaces with recliners, soft colors and a home-like atmosphere to put guests at ease.

We partner with RI International to operate our facilities. They offer exceptional crisis care that uses best practices for crisis stabilization programs. Services focus on recovery orientation and trauma-informed care, with the significant use of peer staff and a deep commitment to Zero Suicide/Suicide Safer Care.

Our service provider team, comprised of doctors, nursing staff, and peers with lived experience weave recovery, clinical, and medical services together, providing a comprehensive care experience for guests.

RI International makes every effort to eliminate seclusion and restraint and to serve all people regardless of level of acuity to the best of their ability, without resorting to physical interventions. Peer-operated “Living Room” programs ensure that participants are paired with a team of Peer Support Specialists in recovery. Each guest is encouraged to work with the team and empowered to develop their own recovery plan.

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Our Services

The Bridge Center facility offers a range of crisis stabilization and crisis care services, including our crisis observation unit, a short-term psychiatric unit, a withdrawal management and detoxification unit, and mobile crisis unit. Our goal is to create the right pathways to treatment for people in crisis and to link providers to create an integrated continuum of care from prevention to rehabilitation so that you or your loved one can get much-needed help.

RI’s successful “Crisis Now” model, which is an evidence-based, nationally-endorsed approach to crisis care, prevents suicides, provides immediate help for those in distress, reduces the cost of care, and reduces the strain on emergency rooms, prisons, and law enforcement.

The Bridge Center for Hope operates six programs designed to provide short-term crisis intervention and care for those experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis. Our care management team helps guests navigate outpatient services and connects them with the appropriate community resources post-discharge from the facility.

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