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Outpatient

Mental Health

Recognize the link between mental health symptoms and substance use disorder.

Our Mental Health program helps individuals learn to manage the impact their symptoms have on substance use, relationships, and in daily life.

Coordinated Mental Health Care

We practice holistic and trauma-informed care and provide integrated health care services to support those struggling with mental illness, whether it’s depression, anxiety, PTSD, or another disorder. Credentialed in both mental illness and addiction treatment, our professional therapists are here to help, encourage, support, and provide opportunities for lasting recovery. If your daily life has become a struggle, many factors might contribute to how you’re feeling. We take these into account and treat you as a whole person, with comprehensive care for body and mind.

Your Mind Matters

Bridgeway recognizes everyone has a unique path to recovery, so we begin with an initial assessment of your needs. Afterward, you’ll work with your counselor to create a plan of care. Our counselors also recognize the link between mental health symptoms and substance use so we provide co-occurring counseling and support groups. Your care team includes a physician to help with medication management so you can address the underlying issues that might be leading to your substance use.

Individual Approach

Bridgeway understands that every individual’s path to treatment is unique. Our services begin with an initial assessment followed by a treatment plan created by you and your therapist that helps you set goals for your overall wellness. Mental health challenges can feel overwhelming. We believe that with the right tools, therapies and activities you can live a fulfilling life. Your counselor will assist you in improving your mental health by talking with you about your strengths and concerns. Our caring staff is credentialed in both mental health and addiction treatment and will serve you with respect and dignity. As an extension of our commitment to your recovery, we leverage partnerships within the community to provide other services you may need.

Helping You Get Mentally Healthy

Our services include relationship-based individual counseling, skill-building groups, couples and family counseling, and peer support services. We treat issues including:

      • Depression
      • Anxiety
      • Bipolar disorder
      • ADHD
      • Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
      • Schizophrenia
      • Others (ask your counselor for more info)

    For more information, contact us or call (503) 363-2021. For more information on mental illness, visit nami.org

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