Welcome to Bridgehaven
Bridgehaven provides the highest quality community based psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery services, education, and support to those touched by mental illness. Through individual, person-centered rehabilitation planning, we assist members in setting and achieving recovery and community integration goals.
Our programs provide individual and group therapy and skill building activities designed to improve the ability to interact and function in the community. Recovery is a process in which individuals with severe mental illness are encouraged to take control of their lives, set goals, take advantage of opportunities and return to living, learning, working and socializing activities of their choosing. View our Services
Cognitive Enhancement Therapy
Bridgehaven is the first in Kentucky to offer a newly developed intervention that addresses the negative symptoms of mental illness. CET is an evidence based practice developed in a study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health in 1997. CET is also effective in addressing the social and communication problems associated with Asperger’s Syndrome and the cognitive deficits of Acquired Brain Injuries.
Watch this video for more information about Bridgehaven's CET program.
Bridgehaven is proud to introduce Recovery 201, a new and exciting option for mental health recovery in our community.
Recovery 201 is designed for those who are working or adult students who have already made significant progress in their recovery, yet want the support of Bridgehaven's recovery team in a less structured, smaller and more personal setting in the evenings. Recovery 201 will offer psychosocial assessment, individual therapy, and family therapy as needed in addition to several group therapies.
Recovery 201 will meet on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:00-9:00 p.m. beginning in September 2104.
We are happy to offer this new program to reach a new group of people who will be able to benefit from Bridgehaven services. If you or someone you know might be interested in this program, call the Admissions Referral Coordinator, David M. Sisk, LCSW at 502-585-9444.