Areas of Need

When you make a gift to The Bridge Behavioral Health, it helps with a variety of needs. Below is a list of the main areas of need, and examples of what your dollar buys for each. Gifts of any amount make a difference!

Your gift makes a difference

  • $10 provides a treatment workbook for a client who has experienced trauma
  • $25 partially underwrites a Family Education Workshop
  • $50 supports a counseling session with a client and family members
  • $75 supports recovery support for graduated clients
  • $100 provides a treatment plan and medical consultation
  • $250 helps underwrite outpatient counseling
  • $500 provides one day’s medically-supervised withdrawal
  • $1,000 pays for outpatient counseling for a client


Needed items

There are many items we can use on a daily basis to help meet our mission. Personal care items, cleaning supplies and art materials are helpful. All items marked with * must be new, otherwise, gently-used donations are welcome. Donations may be dropped off seven days a week at any time, we’re always open.

Personal Care Supplies
  • Razors/shaving cream*
  • Toothbrushes/Toothpaste*
  • Men’s antiperspirant/deodorant*
  • Feminine hygiene products*
  • Shower shoes or flip-flops
  • Tissues*
Program and Art Supplies
  • Two-pocket folders
  • Posterboard
  • Construction paper
  • Acrylic paint (larger bottles preferred)
  • Palettes
  • Paintbrushes
  • Colored pencils and markers
  • Oil pastels
  • Magazines to cut apart
  • Glue (sticks, model, all-purpose)
  • Adult coloring books
  • Yarn for knitting or crocheting
Non-Perishable Food/Kitchen Items
  • Non-dairy creamer*
  • Non-stick cooking spray*
  • Paper towels*
  • Scotch pads*
  • Oven cleaner
  • Large latex disposable gloves
  • Men’s jeans
  • Winter coats, hats and gloves for men and women
  • Men’s shoes (athletic, casual, dress and flip-flops)
  • Men’s socks and underwear*
  • Men’s belts
  • Women’s lounge clothes (pajamas, sweatpants, etc.)
  • Twin-size blankets
  • Twin-size sheet sets
  • Bed pillows*
  • Towels and washcloths (kitchen and bath)
  • Alarm clocks
  • Movies in DVD (rated PG or PG-13)
  • Board games and puzzles
  • Earbuds or headphones
  • Books for adult readers