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The BridgeWay offers a continuum of individualized treatment services for children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing complications related to behavioral, emotional or addictive issues.
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Admissions

We’re here to help people connect with the appropriate level of mental health services 24/7.

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Visitor Information

Find out more about our guidelines for visiting your family or loved ones.

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Resources

Find useful links about mental health.

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What to Bring/Not to Bring

For the safety and comfort of everyone involved in the treatment process, we’ve put together a helpful list of what to bring along and what to leave at home.

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Our Campus

Surroudned by thousands of trees, The BridgeWay's campus is scenic and serene.

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Our Staff

The team at The BridgeWay is working together to provide ever-improving customer service, we will never lose sight of the fact that we provide care and comfort to people in need.

Services

The BridgeWay offers outpatient, transitional, partial hospitalization, and acute inpatient services to children ages 4 through 12.

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For male and female patients ages 13 through 17, residential care can be especially helpful for individuals who have unsuccessfully tried treatment in other settings.

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The BridgeWay offers two specialized inpatient programs that serve adults, ages 18 and older.

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5 hours ago
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Therapeutic Thursdays with KATV continue. This week, we feature Tyler West of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, our non-profit partner.
#therapeuticthursdays

#empathymatters
#afspadvocacy
#afsp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtvwBB3Sddc

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Therapeutic Thursdays with KATV continue. This week, we feature Tyler West of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, our non-profit partner. 
#therapeuticthursdays
#empathymatters 
#afspadvocacy 
#afsp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtvwBB3Sddc
3 days ago
The Bridgeway

The BridgeWay announced that Bruce Trimble, M.A., A.P.R., Director of Business Development, has been selected to serve on the United States Department of Veteran's Affairs Governor's Challenge for the state of Arkansas. Arkansas is one of 27 states taking part in the Governor's Challenge and working to develop and implement state-wide suicide prevention best practices for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF), using a public health approach.

The Governor's Challenge is a call to action, asking state military and civilian interagency teams to embark on a process of collaborating, planning, and implementing suicide prevention best practices and policies for SMVF state-wide. Technical assistance offered through this initiative is designed to provide a forum for states to consider how existing policies, procedures, infrastructure, and resources influence the systems' effectiveness that support SMVF. Teams will develop state-wide plans based on a comprehensive public health approach and the National Strategy for Preventing Veteran Suicide.
Said Trimble about serving the Governor's Challenge for Arkansas, “I consider it an honor to serve those who have so bravely served our country. Given that suicide is preventable, it’s essential that we lean in and work together to solve this problem.”
#empathymatters
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The BridgeWay announced that Bruce Trimble, M.A., A.P.R., Director of Business Development, has been selected to serve on the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Governors Challenge for the state of Arkansas. Arkansas is one of 27 states taking part in the Governors Challenge and working to develop and implement state-wide suicide prevention best practices for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF), using a public health approach. 

The Governors Challenge is a call to action, asking state military and civilian interagency teams to embark on a process of collaborating, planning, and implementing suicide prevention best practices and policies for SMVF state-wide. Technical assistance offered through this initiative is designed to provide a forum for states to consider how existing policies, procedures, infrastructure, and resources influence the systems effectiveness that support SMVF. Teams will develop state-wide plans based on a comprehensive public health approach and the National Strategy for Preventing Veteran Suicide. 
Said Trimble about serving the Governors Challenge for Arkansas, “I consider it an honor to serve those who have so bravely served our country. Given that suicide is preventable, it’s essential that we lean in and work together to solve this problem.” 
#empathymatters
#PatriotSupport

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21 Bridgeway Road, North Little Rock, AR 72113Contact Us
Local Phone Number: 501-771-1500Toll-Free Phone Number: 800-245-0011