Why our team needs YOU!

Staff and Volunteers are a crucial part of serving our patients and clients. Each person brings a unique perspective and experience to bear as they offer compassionate care.  Additionally, medical and non-medical volunteers help us to offer our services free of charge to hundreds of individuals and families each year

As you consider how you can be a part of the team at the Bridge Wellness South, please feel free to stop by for a tour or call to find out more.

We look forward to working with you!


Compassion for the unique life of each person we serve.


We believe that each person has value and potential.

Listen to Concerns

Each of our patients and clients find a safe place to talk about their specific conerns.


Because we believe that our faith in Jesus is the center of all that we do, we do not discriminate or judge others.


With seasoned wisdom and compassion, we empower our patients to thrive.


Our staff and volunteers go through a rigorous training process so that we may offer excellent care.

Work at the Bridge

Our staff is growing!

Are you interested in making an impact in your community?  The Bridge Wellness South is hiring dedicated and committed individuals to help fulfill our mission and vision.  We are hiring for:

Director of Operations

Responsible for the management of personnel and programs and reporting in the Center. Directs, supervises and coordinates the overall operation of center departments as individual programs and as a whole to meet the needs of patients and clients and the community.

For More Information: CLICK HERE

Volunteer at the Bridge

We need YOU!

Volunteers are a critical role at the Bridge Wellness South.  By volunteering your time, you make it possible for us to continue to offer excellent no-cost services to the community.  You can volunteer a few hours a day, one day a week or MORE!

Medical and non-medical volunteers are welcome to apply.  Department staff will train and equip you to fill a vital role.

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