Bridge House residents struggle with mental illnesses of many types, neurocognitive disorders, learning disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and substance use. They are commonly dealing with issues related to depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem.
Their problems may have been developing over many years or may have arisen recently. They may have experienced years of chronic sadness, social alienation or suicidality, or recently emerging symptoms of bipolar disorder, depression or psychosis that may have caused a rapid deterioration in their day-to-day functioning.
Bridge House residents, and their loves ones, are looking to better understand the challenges that they have faced in their lives. They join with us to create a road map, in order to move forward with clarity, hope and purpose.