The Bridge Behavioral Health ( is replacing their two 15-passenger vans that are now 18 and 24 years old. The vehicles are used to transport clients to meetings, appointments, group activities, and various recovery support events.

Their goal is to raise $150,000 to purchase two 12-passenger vans and a sedan. The Bridge’s residential treatment program serves up to 24 individuals, therefore, they often utilize two vans to transport clients to group activities. Because it gets better gas mileage, a sedan is preferable to transport one to three clients at a time for individual appointments or meetings.

The Bridge has raised $35,000 of its $150,000 goal. If your organization would like to learn more about this campaign, please contact Taylor Brethouwer at

The Bridge Behavioral Health helps over 1,200 individuals each year. The Bridge accepts walk-ins 24/7 and serves people regardless of their ability to pay. Over 85% of the individuals have no insurance or receive Medicaid. For many of these clients, The Bridge also provides basic necessities such as clothing, toiletries, and access to basic healthcare. Since 1984, they have served people struggling with substance use and mental health disorders. Their programs include substance use and mental health respite, residential treatment, and outpatient services. Learn more at