The Bridge Behavioral Health Raising Funds to Replace 17-Year-Old McQuay HVAC System
The Bridge Behavioral Health (thebridgenebraska.org), a nationally accredited substance use treatment center that provides safe passage from addiction to sober living, is currently raising funds to replace their 17-year-old second-floor McQuay heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. This is a large, industrial unit, and will take a crane to replace from the roof of the building. The Bridge is seeking support from the community to help fund this project, with an estimated price tag of $200,000. To date, the fundraising campaign has raised more than $66,000 toward that total, with special thanks to support from Pinnacle Bank, Union Bank & Trust, The Lee and Debbie Stuart Foundation, Cornhusker Bank, and an anonymous donor.
The Bridge Behavioral Health has served as an essential part of the Lincoln community’s safety net since 1984, connecting people suffering from addiction and related mental-health issues with support and treatment. The Bridge provides caring substance use, trauma, and mental-health treatment services. The individuals seeking safe passage from addiction to sober living find it at The Bridge through a variety of support and treatment options, including medically supervised detoxification, substance use and mental health respite, residential treatment, and a variety of recovery support services. If you are interested in being a part of this campaign or have questions about it, please reach out to Brianna Georgeson at email@example.com. To learn more about Bridge Behavioral Health, visit thebridgenebraska.org.