The Midway and Bridgeway programs are designed to meet the adolescent development, unique mental health and life experiences of each youth. The program operates through trauma-informed, relationship-oriented and resiliency perspectives. A sense of intrapersonal, environment and interpersonal safety are key areas of focus that permeate the program as the youth work through past experiences and build new skills for success.
A multi-disciplinary team will be assigned to work with each youth and family. Team members would include the program supervisor, the primary case worker assigned, a social worker, teacher, youth and family, and others as the need indicates.
Our aim at Midway and Bridgeway is to help you and your family to work on and work out the issues that will lead to family re-unification or to more independent living. Together, we will build skills, nurture strengths and work towards mutual goals.
Here, you will find a predictable and safe living environment offering a variety of activities and programming that will enhance life and social skills, instill values, and strengthen the ability to make positive choices. Our rural campus provides a therapeutic group living environment supported by Nurse Practitioner services, individual and/or family psychotherapy, our on-site school plus social, recreation and leisure opportunities.