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The life-changing results that individuals served by Bridgeway experience have been made possible because programs like PACT, RIST, Bridge to Wellness Primary Care along with Supportive Housing, Supported Education, Employment Services, and Integrated Case Management Services have been prescriptively funded largely by the NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS) and SAMHSA, the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services agency.
Over the years, Bridgeway’s unique operational philosophy for programming has been to deliver comprehensive wellness services through a multi-disciplinary team approach, in which the personal goals and challenges of each individual became the guiding informant for care plans. This philosophy has been particularly successful as Bridgeway became the preferred Olmstead partner for psychiatric rehabilitation services for the NJ DMHAS. Since the adoption of the Olmstead Act in NJ, Bridgeway has been the leader in keeping people out of institutionalized care, and in their communities, where 24/7 rehabilitative care for mental illness is more successful and ultimately less expensive to deliver.
On the "Services" Tab above, please click on "Program Fact Sheets" for more information on specific programs, and "Programs by County" for contact information at each program location.
Bridge to Wellness - Integrated Primary Care
BCIS-H - Bridgeway Crisis Intervention Services - Hudson
BCIS-U - Bridgeway Crisis Intervention Services - Union
CIBHC - Bridgeway Center for Integrated Behavioral Health Care
Employment / Career Services
Homeless Outreach Services
HOST - Homeless Outreach Support Team
ICMS - Integrated Case Management Services
Justice Involved Services
Outpatient Counseling Services
PACT - Program of Assertive Community Treatment
Partial Care Day Rehabilitation Center
PESS - Psychiatric Emergency Screening Services
RIST - Residential Intensive Support Team
Supportive Housing / Intensive Supportive Housing
This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.
AETNA Machine Readable Files