In 2003 Bridgehaven put on our hard-hats and began a major construction project… Building a Bridge.
We are constructing a Bridge to the Community. We do this through inviting anyone interested in Bridgehaven to a one-hour luncheon, educating those in attendance about our mission and the wonderful work being done with the hundreds of persons in our community suffering from severe and persistent mental illness.
We have monthly Bridge Builder Lunches on the 2nd Wednesday of the month (except July and December). We’d like to invite you (and a friend!) to take one hour and learn about us. No one will ask for financial support, it is purely educational in nature. Lunches start at noon, and end promptly at 1:00pm. Call Dan at 502-585-9462 to make a reservation or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us for a meaningful annual tribute to and recognition of the members of Bridgehaven who have achieved extraordinary goals in their recovery process and to those who have been involved in specialty groups at the agency. The awards are held from 4:00-5:30pm at Heuser Hearing Institute across the street from Bridgehaven. No reservation is required.
Look for the Bridgehaven artist booth in the center courtyard behind the food booths on St. James Court. Come support our member artists at this nationally acclaimed art show!
Join us the Wednesday after Thanksgiving for a powerful and inspiring breakfast event highlighting the accomplishments of Bridgehaven. At this one hour breakfast at Mellwood Art Center we celebrate the recovery happening at Bridgehaven daily and raise much needed funds to support our services. We would love for you to attend and help us support our members. If you would like to join us for this free event, RSVP to Janet at 502-585-9444 or mailto:email@example.com.
Every year in March the halls of Bridgehaven are transformed into an art gallery. Hundreds of people fill the halls, while guests browse and purchase some of the amazing art work, enjoy refreshments served by our Board members and listen to music played by our member band, The BridgeTime Players. Artwork is created by a combination of our member artists and art therapists, as well as local professional artists who participate in the art show to support our art therapy program.