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Support Bridges During The Great Give®

May 2-3, 2017 - The Great Give is a live online donation event that supports local nonprofits. And it's an opportunity for Bridges to win hundreds of dollars in matching funds! Please consider donating to Bridges Healthcare via The Great Give. Thanks for your support! [ more ]


Celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month and Bridges 60th Anniversary!

April 10, 2017, Milford, CT - Bridges Healthcare, Inc., a leading area provider of mental health, addiction and primary care services will honor Mental Health Awareness Month and its 60th Anniversary this May with several events open to its clients and the community. [ more ]


Access Newsletter: Winter 2017

February 2017 - In this Issue: Giving Back After Decades of Service to Bridges; Building a Healthy Community; February is National Heart Month; Mental Health First Aid Training; Bridges Responds to the Opioid Crisis; Young Parent Program... [ more ]


Two Bridges' Leaders Giving Back Upon Retirement

January, 2017 Milford, CT - It was with mixed emotions and very fond wishes that the Bridges "family" honored the recent retirement of two senior staff members, Kathy Sheehan, CFO and Terri Eblen, CCO. Kathy and Terri each have been with Bridges for over two decades, during which time their unwavering commitment to our mission, as well as countless contributions fostered the growth and success of the organization. [ more ]


Mental Health First Aid Training

Milford, CT - Bridges offers an internationally recognized training in mental health first aid—an 8-hour certification course to help people in the workplace, at school or in the community better understand mental illness and respond to psychiatric emergencies with the knowledge necessary ... [ more ]


Folks on Spokes - Ride Run Walk for Mental Health

Online registration is open! - Folks on Spokes and Folks on Foot Ride, Run and Walk for Mental Health! Join us with friends and familty to raise awareness and funds and show support for people on their road to recovery from the challenges of a mental illness or addiction ... [ more ]


May is Mental Health Awareness Month!

Each May, we celebrate Mental Health Month - an annual, nationwide observance established over fifty years ago by Mental Health America (formerly National Mental Health Association) to raise awareness of mental health and to promote mental wellness. Throughout the month, agencies across the state will host events in their communities to help people recognize the importance of mental health and to promote a greater understanding of mental health disorders.Click here for more information and activities


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