Bridges To Recovery, LLC provides individuals and families of Northwest Louisiana with comprehensive and quality Mental Health Rehabilitative Services. Our goal is to furnish children, teens, and adults the type of personalized care that will serve as a bridge that enables them to acknowledge and move beyond their challenges into the quality of life that they deserve. Our professional staff is made up of competent individuals with decades of experience and is committed to evidenced based and best practices that foster recovery and self sufficiency.
Mental Health Rehabilitative Services (MHRS)
· COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRIC SUPPORT and TREATMENT - (CPST)
· PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION - (PSR)
· School –addresses mental health and social/emotional development challenges that create barriers to learning
· Community –services targeted to support socio-emotional development and treatment goals
· Home –addresses mental health and development issues that offset a peaceful home environment
Our staff takes an active and directive approach to assess and ultimately stabilize the family situation. Interventions are fast paced and takes into account all factors that contribute to the crisis. Traditional and alternative methods and resources will be employed to restore the family and the individual to its pre-crisis level of functioning.
Responds to potential crisis situations with intensive short term support to youth and their families as an out of home option in order to avoid psychiatric inpatient and institutional treatment of youth.
A Happier, Healthier You
Our mental well-being is directly connected with our overall physical health. In certain instances, prescribed medicines are an important and effective part of the treatment of many mental illnesses to include depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety, panic, sleep problems, attention deficit disorder and several other disorders. Our agency provides assessments and evaluations to make determinations about the appropriateness, efficiency, and effectiveness of the prescribed medications. Follow up client appointments concentrate on a review of symptoms, discussion of side effects, and a brief mental status examination.
Here For You
Licensed clinicians work one on one with clients in a safe caring and confidential environment to explore feelings, beliefs, and or behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, and identify aspects of their experiences that affect them positively or negatively.
Social interaction that builds confidence...
Group therapy is a cost efficient mechanism that provides multiple benefits to clients. Individuals receive support and insight from others that may have experienced similar challenges. Persons that attend group sessions learn more about themselves and find confidence to deal with life's challenges. They also develop social skills that helps them to re-engage with people.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Assertive Community Treatment also known as ACT is an intensive community-based program for individuals ages 18 to 65. ACT is an interdisciplinary program of assessment, service planning, and intervention. ACT involves a multi-disciplinary team that typically is made up of a team leader, a psychiatrist, social workers, nurses, occupational therapists, substance abuse specialists, educational specialists, employment specialists, and peer support specialists (made up of persons that have had success with the ACT recovery process).
ACT is a “one-stop” approach that takes ultimate professional responsibility for the participants' well-being in all areas of community functioning by providing a comprehensive array of services for every participant and ensuring clear staff-to-staff communication through such measures as daily team meetings to review the previous 24-hour (or weekend) period and plan for the coming period.
The explicit mission of ACT is to promote the participant's independence, rehabilitation, community integration, and recovery through assertive and responsive interventions to prevent unnecessary hospitalizations, homelessness, incarceration, and other negative outcomes. ACT services can be mobile, provided in the home, but mostly done in a community setting. ACT is provided 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Bridges To Recovery
"Caring for Families and Individuals is Our Priority..."
Independent Living Skills
A program designed to help transitional aged youth ages 14-21 gain the skills necessary to begin living independently while dealing with the responsibilities of adulthood. After thorough assessment of the individuals, a plan of care is formulated taking into consideration their strengths and weaknesses. Budgeting, enrolling in school or vocational training, and seeking assistance with social programs are a just a few of the things that ILS focuses on
Licensed Addiction Counselors (LAC) perform critical assessments for treatment planning and implementation. Interventions are geared to meet personalized needs with measurable goals and outcomes as a result of completed assessments.
We’re here for you when you need us! Call us to schedule an appointment, or send us an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
7607 Fern Avenue, Suite 902
Shreveport, LA 71115, USA