It is the philosophy of the IDD program that individuals with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD), can live a life of meaning at a level of independence that is within their capability and choice. This philosophy of service and support promotes valued community engagement/participation, positive relationships, and employment, all key to assisting people with different intellectual and developmental abilities to actualize a life of meaning based on their individual needs and desires.
Our foster parents are recruited, screened, and trained to provide an environment with sufficient structure and treatment to help children achieve their individualized treatment goals. Youth in TREK that have been removed from their biological family, live with a foster family until the child meets the goals set forth in the DFCS Case Plan. Case Support Workers, Clinical staff, DFCS, the biological family (when appropriate) and the foster parents work together as a team to provide a healing environment designed to help the youth achieve increased emotional stability, improved behavioral functioning and social interaction.
No Initial Appointments are Needed. Walk-Ins are Welcome at an outpatient site between 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Staff Quick Links
Below is a quick resource for Bridge Health staff.
Employment: 706.638.5580 Ext 4114
Clinical Q&A: 706.638.5580 Ext 1110
Billing Q&A: 706.638.5580 Ext 4140
Business Q&A: 706.638.5580 Ext 4122
Executive Director: 706.638.5584
Nurse Line: 706.806.1236
Individual Complaints: 844.815.8233
GA Crisis & Access Line: 800.715.4225
TREK Foster Care: 833.675.8735