About The BridgeWay
Since 1983, The BridgeWay has been helping people with mental health problems in the communities around us. Every day, millions of people have diagnosable mental health problems like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic attacks, and trauma. If these illnesses aren’t treated, they can lead to a degree of disability that makes it hard to have relationships, work, go to school, or do normal things.
Our programs are made so that each patient gets the care and education they need to manage their symptoms, solve problems, recognize sources of stress in their lives, and deal well with their condition. The BridgeWay is the only mental hospital in Arkansas with separate programs for kids, teens, adults, and older people.
The child acute program helps children aged 4 to 12 who are in a mental health crisis and need help right away. This short-term program is offered in a safe and organized setting. The goal of the program is to help the child’s behaviour become more stable so that he or she can do well at home and in school.
Services for Young People:
We have programs for teenagers between the ages of 13 and 17. The acute program helps teens who are in a mental health crisis and need to be stabilized right away. The average length of stay is seven days.
Adults with thought disorders:
Adults 18 and older who have been diagnosed with a thought disorder can get acute inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, or intensive outpatient programs (IOP).