We’re telling the world:
It’s okay to feel your emotions.
It’s okay to reach out.
It’s okay to talk about it.
It’s okay to be you.
It’s okay to ask for help.
Through private donations and a combination of foundation and government grants, The Bridge’s talented therapists provide quality service and interventions to promote self-directed healing and life-long, positive emotional health for kids and their families–regardless of income or insurance status.
Utilizing techniques rooted in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), art and play therapy, and trauma-informed care, group and individual counseling sessions at The Bridge help youth develop strong foundations and tools to address emotional and mental health symptoms.
The Bridge is a safe space for all kids where staff and volunteer mentors provide caring and sensitive support to youth at various stages of their mental health journeys for lasting positive emotional health.
We encourage our community to speak openly about mental health and the issues that influence access to care–anyone can be a champion of emotional wellness by checking in regularly with friends, family, and neighbors.
Help us lower barriers and broaden access to services–purchasing and wearing an “It’s Okay” T-shirt or sweatshirt not only shows that you are a mental health ambassador, but that you have invested in our mission.
Don’t want a shirt, but want to support us financially?