Community support services are provided to individuals with a mental illness, developmental, cognitive or intellectual disability, enabling them to develop supports and learn skills that will allow them to live, learn, socialize, and work in the community.
Services are individualized, need and abilities-focused, and organized according to the following components: outreach to appropriate support or treatment services; assistance and referral in meeting basic human needs; assistance in housing and living arrangements; crisis intervention and assistance; social and vocational assistance; the provision of or arrangement for personal, environmental, family, and community supports; facilitation of the individual's identification and development of natural support systems; support, assistance, and education to the individual's family and to the community; protection and advocacy; service coordination; and protective payee services.
Bridgeview Community Mental Health Center
Main Phone: (563) 243-5633
Fax: (563) 243-9567
1320 19th Avenue NW
Agency: Bridgeview Community Mental Health Center
Languages Available: English
Fees: Accepts Medicaid; private pay clients may be eligible for reduced cost services based on income
Intake: Must schedule an appointment
Eligibility: Must be an open client of Bridgeview, over age 18, and have all the diagnoses of serious and persistent mental illness; must be referred by therapist and doctor
Documents Required: Call for information
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm