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Gifts to The Bridge support needs such as handicap accessibility at some of our residential sites and basic needs of the individuals we serve.

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Latest News

The Bridge Receives Award for Outcomes
The Bridge of Central Massachusetts, Inc. was recently awarded the Provider Recognition Award for Excellence in Outcomes for its Cognitive Restructuring for PTSD program.

Bridge Awarded Contract for Caring Together Worcester Continuum
The Bridge has been awarded the contract for the Worcester Continuum of the Caring Together program for 34 youth and families in the area.
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Holiday Gifts Update

With the generosity of our communities, donors and staff, The Bridge strives to provide a gift for each individual we serve.

Thanks to your support, we have achieved our goal for this year.





PHONE: 508-755-0333

MAIL: The Bridge of Central   Massachusetts  4 Mann Street, Worcester, MA 01602

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The Bridge of Central Massachusetts is a human service agency known for providing evidence-based treatment and services for individuals with mental health challenges, developmental disabilities, acquired brain injury and complex family problems. 

The Bridge serves close to 1,000 people in 46 programs in 15 locations throughout Central Mass., Metro-West and Boston.  The Bridge has an annual budget of $29 million and currently employs 565 people.

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The Bridge Counseling Center

Offering specialized counseling services for Veterans and the general public. 

Cognitive Restructuring for PTSD 

A highly structured and effective treatment for PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder) symptoms -- CR for PTSD is now available for Veterans and the general public through The Bridge Counseling Center.

75% of Bridge clients who completed this treatment reported significant relief of their PTSD symptoms and those who reported severe depression symptoms decreased from 60% to 29% at the end of the treatment.

Tri-Care and other insurances accepted.

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