Bridge Health Services
A Company Built to Connect
We are training individuals in Mental Health First Aid to connect those in need with appropriate support
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HEALTH SERVICES

1 out of every 5 adults in the US lives with a mental illness (44.7 million in 2016)

An estimated 1 out of every 8 adults in the US has a substance use disorder

70% of Americans with depression are in the workforce

35 million workdays lost each year due to mental illness

$105 billion – Cost of untreated mental illness in the US each year- mostly due to lost productivity

Lack of knowledge about symptoms, lack of knowledge about available resources and the negative stigma about mental illness & addiction leads to…

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Decreased work productivity, financial difficulties, strained relationships, worsening symptoms.

WHAT WE DO

Mental Health First Aid Training

Equipping individuals with the tools to help someone experiencing a mental health or substance use problem

Mental Health First Aid Training At Work

Helping companies protect their most valuable asset, their employees, by supporting mental wellness

Spread the movement in your community

Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders in your community

Customer Testimonials

  • “I use it daily when I interact with people because the key thing is to recognize when people may be suffering and to offer them assistance. So, when I’m working with a coworker and see that something is ‘off’ in their attitude or something is different in the way they’re interacting with me, I know I need to say, ‘Are you okay? I’m here to talk if you need help.’"

    Sarah Scoular, Cerner
    Sarah Scoular, Cerner
  • “Mental Health First Aid gives you good, actionable things to do when you see someone struggling. If there was a person choking, you’d want to do the Heimlich, or you’d want to have someone who knew CPR, but when someone is having a panic attack or an anxiety attack, I wasn’t sure what actionable steps to take.”

    Martha Tilmon, Cerner
    Martha Tilmon, Cerner
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