ABOUT BRIDGES TO HOPE


Who We Are

Bridges to Hope, LLC is an outpatient mental health agency consisting of dedicated professionals committed to providing quality services to children, adolescents, and adults who live with mental illness, and behavioral challenges.  We were initially established in 2014, and since that time we have been recognized by the Office of Behavioral Health/Louisiana Department of Health as a licensed, quality provider of outpatient mental health services. After receiving our initial three-year CARF certification in 2016, we again achieved a three-year CARF certification in 2019, earning high marks across all categories of review. In 2019 we expanded our scope to including working with the Coordinated System of Care population (CSoC, mediated by Magellan). In 2019 we also obtained our Louisiana Department of Health licensure for providing outpatient services to a specialized substance abuse population, including providing access to Suboxone medication services for those in need. In 2023, The SAIOP was suspended. In our several years of business, we have proudly served more than 250 clients.

What We Do

Bridges to Hope, LLC offers both office-based and community-based services, such as in the home, the school, or other community locations such as the library, workplace, etc. Our community-based services include assessment, treatment planning, skills building, psychoeducation, counseling, and crisis services, while our office-based services include assessment and treatment planning, medication management, individual or group therapy, and Intensive Outpatient groups. If you have difficulty coming into the office to complete your initial appointment with us, we will do everything we can to come out and meet you where you are.

Our services are provided to a range of individuals from those who want to improve their quality of life, to those that are experiencing significant difficulties being successful in the community (including school, family, relationship, work and legal challenges), to those who are being discharged from an inpatient facility or treatment program who are needing continued support at a less restrictive, community-based level.