Accreditation and Management

We provide services to anyone four years of age and older who lives in Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, or Walker Counties and who are in need of Mental Health and Addictive Disease Treatment.


All Bridge Health programs are accredited by CARF International.  Information on CARF International may be found at:


Bridge Health is governed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. Information on DBHDD may be found at:

Georgia Collaborative

The Georgia Collaborative ASO facilitates the delivery of whole-health, person-centered, and culturally sensitive supports and services to individuals and their families throughout the state. Information on the ASO may be found at:


Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) serves as the lead agency for Medicaid and also oversees the State Health Benefit Plan and Healthcare Facility Regulation Division (HFRD), impacting one in four Georgians. Information on DCH may be found at:

Annual Community Report