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The Bridge Center specializes in affordable, year-round therapeutic recreation and equine-assisted therapy programs for individuals with disabilities. All programs are instructed by skilled staff and are designed to meet the social, emotional, and physical goals of participants. Through innovative programming, The Bridge Center encourages independence and seeks to improve participants’ quality of life.

By offering comprehensive and varied programs and camps, The Bridge Center strives to be a leader within the therapeutic recreation and equine-assisted therapy community serving as a resource for community members with disabilities and their families alike.

The Bridge Center’s core values lie in the belief that all participants can play, learn, and grow. Through our provision of goal-oriented, year-round therapeutic recreation and equine-assisted programs, The Bridge Center serves as a bridge that allows participants to:

Build Bridges to Play
The Bridge Center works to ensure that all participants have the support necessary to be physically active and engage in play within a safe and supportive environment.

Build Bridges to Learn
A teacher of independence, self-advocacy, and self-confidence, The Bridge Center coaches participants in achieving personal and group goals within a variety of non-traditional classroom settings including nature, art, music, culinary arts, animals, and collaborative play experiences.

Build Bridges to Grow
The Bridge Center arms participants with tools and strategies that cultivate and renew personal growth in the classroom, on the playground, and within the community.

The Bridge Center was the perfect fit for Nick and the work you all do is just amazing. A big thank you to everyone for all their efforts, warmth, kindness and genuine caring. Find the perfect fit for Nick was so important for me and I knew we made the right choice from very early on. We look forward to seeing everyone in the coming months for a Saturday program.

- Nick's Mom