The Bridge Makes a Difference..

November 25, 2015

The Bridge provides help and support in many different ways. The broad scope of our programs enables us to touch every aspect of core human needs –to feel safe, to be of value, to be whole.

On any given day at The Bridge, a family might be working with one of our counselors on developing better communication skills.


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Peace Model Project Addresses Stress and Bullying

November 25, 2015

The Caldwell-West Caldwell School District, in collaboration with The Bridge, has launched The Peace Model Project, a three-year, $750K, federally and locally (district) funded program to increase counseling services and character education at our four local elementary schools. The program emphasizes prevention and resiliency (wellness), while providing direct intervention, counseling and crisis response to children and families in our elementary schools.


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The POWER of Thought

November 25, 2015

Our minds and bodies constantly influence one another. Every single cell in our bodies is tuned into what is happening with our thoughts, so we should take pause and notice what exactly is going on in our heads. Are we criticizing ourselves and others? Are we in blame mode? Are we resentful about something that happened in the past? Are we holding onto bitterness, unable to forgive someone for his or her wrongdoing?


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The Bridge Launches Cutting Edge Programs in a New Home

November 25, 2015

On October 26, over 60 members of the Greater Essex Community celebrated the opening of The Bridge Center for Wellbeing and its launch of expanded and innovative programs to promote behavioral health. The open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony, held at 860 Bloomfield Avenue, West Caldwell, showcased what will now become The Bridge’s first permanent home.


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Community Congregational Church of Short Hills Distributes Food

November 25, 2015

 On Monday, December 7th, the Community Congregational Church of Short Hills will deliver sixty donated bags of food, which will be distributed to students from The Imani Center and clients of The Stepping Stones Program and the Outpatient Counseling Program in Irvington.


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