Recent News

Bridgeways Announces New CEO

February 3, 2020

Bridgeways is thrilled to introduce our new CEO, Andrea Duffield. Andrea comes to Bridgeways with a successful career in health care. Beginning as a speech/language pathologist and, over the span of 15 years, Andrea obtained her MBA and founded MOSAIC Rehabilitation in King County. MOSAIC’s array of services included physical and occupational therapy, behavioral health, psychology and counseling services. Andrea has received accolades for her entrepreneurial acumen from the Puget Sound Business Journal, American Business Awards, and 425 Magazine, among others.

Andrea is excited to join Bridgeways and its strong leadership team to tackle the challenges ahead, establish new partnerships, and strengthen the already impressive programs we provide to our clients. She has taken over from Donna Konicki who was Bridgeways’ CEO since 2006.




Graduate from Mental Health Alternatives Program (MAP) in Marysville Celebrated

November, 2019 –  Bridgeways is instrumental in the success of the Mental Health Alternatives Program (MAP), a therapeutic court program, implemented locally at Marysville and Everett Municipal Courts.

Check out articles from the North County Outlook and the Marysville Globe to learn more about the first graduate from Marysville MAP, and the vital role played by Bridgeways’ MAP Liaison.

Our MAP Liaison works with defendants assigned to this collaborative, problem-solving court to connect them to mental health treatment and other services; encouraging high engagement and follow-through, addressing underlying issues contributing to past offenses.

Learn more about how Bridgeways’ MAP Liaison supports the MAP Courts in Marysville AND Everett.

Click here to make a gift and sustain the MAP Liaison in 2020 – on the donation page, please use the “Apply My Donation To” selection to designate your gift in support of the MAP Liaison to make more success stories possible! 



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New Referral Process for Bridgeways Supported Employment Medicaid-funded Services

Fall, 2019 –

Bridgeways can now serve individuals interested in Supported Employment services through the Amerigroup referral system. Click here to learn about Washington Foundational Community Supports, and program eligibility.

Click here to access a brief Amerigroup Washington Foundational Community Supports (FCS) referral form.

Amerigroup FCS staff review referral forms to make an eligibility determination, then refer eligible participants to agencies that provide Supported Employment under the Foundational Community Supports program’s Medicaid-eligible services.

You may select a specific agency such as Bridgeways to provide Supported Employment services by noting this on the referral form, fax cover sheet, or email message.


Seattle Business Magazine Honors Bridgeways at Washington Manufacturing Awards

Bridgeways wins Gold in the Nonprofit Manufacturer of the Year for midsize firms category.

See more details here and here!



Tour Bridgeways!

The community is invited to visit Bridgeways, visit with members of our team, see our manufacturing facility, and learn about other ways we’re connecting adults living with mental illness to life-changing opportunities through employment and an array of supportive services.

Contact Jeff Patterson to select a date and time that fits your schedule! A typical tour lasts about 90 minutes.

RSVP required: Please contact Jeff Patterson at 425-513-8213 ext. 133 or to sign up to attend a tour!


Click here to partner with us in making it possible!