To be a bridge that empowers individuals, connects the community, and works collectively
to support individuals of all abilities.
Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, provides a way to help clients with a broad variety of mental illnesses, behavioral, and emotional difficulties. Sessions may be conducted in an individual, family, couple, or group setting and are individualized to the specific needs of the client. Our licensed professionals can help clients eliminate or control troubling symptoms so they can improve daily function and can increase well-being and healing.
Direct (face-to-face) intervention is delivered in a clinic or home environment by a trained behavior therapist. A detailed program is created based on the initial assessment and parent interview. Ongoing data is collected and shared with the family to ensure appropriate progress.
Trainings are individualized based on the specific needs of the client including behavior management techniques.
Workshops and direct training for paraeducators and teachers are provided by a highly-trained Bridges staff member. Workshops are individualized based on the specific needs of the client and training topics range from behavior management techniques in the classroom to measurement and recording procedures.
Substance Use Disorder Programs
“The Great Escape” is an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for adults 18 years and older with substance use disorder.
This is a 10-week group therapy program designed to provide intensive care during the early stages of
recovery in conjunction with attendance at AA or NA meetings. The group meets on Friday, Saturday, and
Sunday from 6 PM – 9 PM.
“Roots and Wings” is for children 6-12 years old having parents with SUD (substance use disorder).
This is a 10-week group therapy program that meets on Saturdays from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM.
This group will cover many issues for children trying to live and cope with the negative effects of parental
Social Skills Group social skill instruction focusing on neurodiversity. Learners of all abilities are welcome and will be divided based on age.
Sibling Support Group This group is designed to help foster relationships with others who have a brother or sister with special needs.
Big Little Wins A support group designed to help connect parents and guardians with special needs children or children that may be experiencing mental health challenges. The group will learn techniques and coping strategies to apply in everyday life.
Adult Placement Assessments
for Substance Use Disorder
Adult Update Assessments
Mental Health / Behavioral Health Group Presentations
Coordination of Care
Blue Cross Blue Shield
For any inquiries, questions, or commendations, please call: 256-275-7089 or fill out the following form
105 W 2nd Street
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
Tel: (256) 275-7089
Fax: (256) 826-1833
To apply for a position with Bridges Behavior, please send a cover letter together with your C.V. to: HRdirector@bridgesbehavior.org