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Outpatient Services


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Outpatient Services


Bridgeway's Outpatient Services provide services to all persons referred who are experiencing emotional or behavioral challenges that are impacting their ability to functioning and reside in the Bridgeway service area. Bridgeway provides a continuum of care with a philosophy of serving persons based on their needs in the least restrictive level of care. Bridgeway provides the following mental health recovery services:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Community Support Services
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Medication Monitoring






Intake teams are composed of qualified mental health professionals, licensed clinicians and designated program support specialists who are responsible for accepting referrals and completing necessary intake documentation. The Intake Team review referral information, determine eligibility for services, and ensure linkage with Bridgeway service area designed to meet the consumer’s identified mental health needs. Additionally, the intake clinician will work with the consumer to provide linkage and/or information related to resources to meet needs that go beyond the scope of Bridgeway services.

In Illinois:
Galesburg office: 309-344-4200
Kewanee office: 309-852-4331
Monmouth office: 309-734-9461
Macomb office: 309-834-4876
 
 

Psychiatric Services


Psychiatric services are available in Henry, Knox, Warren and McDonough counties in Illinois and Lee and Des Moines counties in Iowa. Psychiatric services are provided both face to face as well as through tele-psychiatry. Referrals to the psychiatrist are determined based on a comprehensive assessment completed by a qualified mental health professional.

Substance Abuse


Bridgeway Substance Abuse Services are committed to the overall agency mission of providing an array of diversified, measurable, high-quality services to individuals and families in need. These services are designed to assist and empower people in maximizing their potential; for personal development and growth in all areas of functioning by preventing, reducing and/or eliminated alcohol and drug abuse issues.

Intervention and Substance Abuse services are offered in a five county area (Knox, Henry, Warren, Henderson and McDonough) in West Central Illinois.

Services are offered through outpatient interventions delivered to individuals in the communities in which they reside, or in close proximity to their residence. Substance Abuse interventions are oriented towards the delivery of quality services to individuals and communities throughout our catchment area. All substance Abuse sites will implement the Matrix Model of outpatient treatment as the treatment modality which is evidence based program.

Substance Abuse services are offered with the hope and belief that programming will adequately address the needs of those individuals seeking substance abuse treatment services. In this regard, Bridgeway Substance Abuse offers a variety of services to both adults and adolescents. We are confident that with this orientation we are able to deliver effective treatment interventions to individuals, in a professional manner, addressing their personal, individualized needs.

Specific services offered include:

  • Evaluation/Intake
  • Individual Counseling
  • Outpatient Group Therapy
  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT)
  • Women’s Services
  • Adolescent Services
  • Insight Program
  • Relapse Prevention Services
  • Co-Occurring Services

Bridgeway Substance Abuse is licensed to provide these interventions through the Illinois Department of Human Services (DHS), Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA). In this regard, it adheres to all clinical and administrative mandates, as dictated in DASA Rules 2060/2090.

For more information contact:
Vicki Rose
Director of Outpatient and Support Services
Phone: 309-344-4200
Email: vickid@bway.org

Crisis Services


Crisis intervention services is a specialized program that provides crisis mental health services for all ages, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to residents in Henderson, Henry, Knox and Warren counties in Illinois and Lee, Des Moines and Van Buren counties in Iowa.

Illinois Crisis Hotline:  1-800-322-7143

Screening, Assessment and Support Services (SASS)


SASS is available 24 hours a day, every day, to provide pre-admission screening and assessment to children and adolescents (under age 21) who are at immediate risk of causing harm to themselves and/others, are experiencing a severe emotional and/or behavioral crisis, and are in need of psychiatric hospitalization.

Cares Line:  1-800-345-9049(Illinois only)