Bridgeway Center Inc. (BCI)
BCI: Ordinary people with extraordinary hearts & souls.
We help Okaloosa residents be better. What we do is not visible on a CT scan or an X-ray.
BCI's behavioral healthcare treatment team gives you, Hope and the Will, for a better and happier you.
Strengthening Okaloosa Families
BCI is one of the most experienced non-profit psychological healthcare companies in Okaloosa County serving Children, Adults, and Families for over fifty (50) years, including those who have historically faced barriers to quality care.
by Dan Cobbs, MPA, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer of BCI
Bridgeway Center Inc. Vision Statement
Be the safest, most progressive psychological healthcare organization in America by our relentless pursuit of employee and customer excellence.
‘To serve and protect families and children with
quality psychosocial healthcare.’
INTERPRETER SERVICES FOR THE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING
IF YOU ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING, YOU ARE ENTITLED TO INTERPRETER SERVICES AT NO COST TOYOU. PLEASE INFORM STAFF OF THE TYPE OF
AUXILIARY AND OR SERVICE YOU PREFER.
SERVICIOS DE INTERPRETE PARA PERSONAS CON SORDERA O PROBLEMAS AUDITORIOS
SI USTED ES SORDO O NO OYE BIEN USTED TIENE DERECHOS A SERVICIOS DE INTERPRETE GRATIS. POR FAVOR DE INFORMAR AL PERSONAL SI NECESITA ESTE SERVICIO.
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To access DCF's Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing information
Happenings at Bridgeway Center Inc.
Ongoing Support Meetings (Open to the Public)
Alocholics Anonymous Group meets every Sunday from 7:00-8:00PM at Brigdeway Center's Wellness Center West Campus located at 333 Lewis St., Building 2, Fort Walton Beach. Contact Cliff at (850) 217-5817 for more information.
Emerald Coast Out of the Darkness Community Walk
Back Row: Jeff Morgan, Terri Kamphaus, Corrie McPherson, Zane Arechiga, Donna Morgan, Don Gates, Mellisa McClure, Craig Boydston, Bonnie Barlow.
Front Row: Viki Fisher, Lonelle Ordway, Tiffany Honrada, Tina Griffith, Brittany March, Daniel Cobbs.
Team Bridgeway participated in the 2016 Emerald Coast Out of Darkness Walk. The purpose of this walk is to raise awareness for suicide prevention and raise the resources for this cause and was held at John C. Beasley Park on Okaloosa Island.
The core of the Out of the Darkness Walks is to raise awareness for suicide prevention as they raise the resources needed to carry out the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's (AFSP) mission. With nearly 250,000 people walking in 360 cities across the country, they are AFSP's biggest fundraiser and the driver of the suicide prevention movement, which has a goal to reduce the rate of suicide by 20% before 2025. 117 people die by suicide every day and even more attempt it. It's up to us to be a light in someone else's darkness.
Helping Kids with Behavioral Issues
Our clinical service programs continue to thrive in important ways with research proven therapeutic practices, and community outreach. Like other non-profit public service companies, recent economic challenges have affected us and we continue to rely on loyal support. Your thoughtful personal gift will enable Bridgeway Center to provide funding for un-insured children to continue receiving psychiatric medication prescriptions from our medical staff. It will help us maintain our legacy of collective achievements for Okaloosa communities.
Donations are tax-deductible and Bridgeway Center, Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization. Please designate your contribution to Helping Kids with Meds.
Donate by Mail
You may mail a personal check to:
Bridgeway Center, Inc.
137 Hospital Drive NE
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
You will receive a letter acknowledging your contribution.
You may use this convenient PayPal service to donate!
Your tax deductible gift is more important than ever!