Bridgeway Center's Philosophy

Our Mission, Vision and Values Statements.

Our Mission

"To provide compassionate trauma informed care, to maintain the human dignity of every person, to meet community support needs, and to continually search for empowering and innovative ways to serve our clients, patients, families and community.”

Our Vision

“To become Okaloosa County’s premier behavioral health care provider and employer of choice for the most qualified talent by; creating a positive culture of dignity and respect;  promoting professional fulfillment and growth;  producing unsurpassed quality standards;  ensuring community inclusion in our programs and services; and providing accessible, client-centered, cost-effective, and quality outcome-based care. BCI exists to improve the quality of life for the people we serve.”

Core Values & Guiding Principles

Respect:  Ensure everyone is provided care with empathy and kindness. To recognize and respond to the human dignity of every person.  

Integrity: Ensure the highest standards of professional conduct and provide care that promotes responsibility, trustworthiness, and fairness. 

Service: Ensure care is provided that works toward recovery, is restorative, and improves the quality of life of those we serve.

Responsibility: Everyone is accountable for the safety, security, and well-being of the clients/patients receiving care.

Empowerment: Encourage the individual success of each client, patient, and staff by using teamwork, collaboration, and mentorship.
Community: Educate to reduce the stigma, increase access to services, and increase awareness of the positive outcomes of care.

Diversity: Promote an environment and culture that embraces the diversity and variety of our clients, staff, patients and communities.

Bridgeway Center's Conclusive Results Statement

ALL board trustees, volunteers, management, and associates strive to achieve our vision, mission, and values; and in so doing, improve the wellness of our community.

Catherine Berridge, Leading Founder

Updated: 02.06.19