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The Bridge to Hope

The Bridge to Hope and our volunteers work to improve lives and reverse the devastating and long-term effects of poverty and homelessness among single mothers and their children. Program services are designed to maintain the family by empowering single mothers and enhancing their skills to independently care for their families and integrate into the community.

Families turn to The Bridge to Hope for support after experiencing domestic violence, financial crisis or a safe place to turn after recovering from substance abuse. Families are welcomed with open arms by a loving and accepting Christian community. Each family must meet minimal requirements to participate in the program:

• Mothers must be willing and able to work full-time – The Bridge to Hope offers each mother training in skills needed to maintain a full-time job and establish a financial savings account, which are essential to financial independence.

• Mothers must be drug free prior to entering our housing ministry– The Bridge to Hope operates with this requirement to emphasize commitment to success and to ensure the safety of the children and other families on campus.

The Bridge to Hope also provides emergency services, crisis intervention, group and one-to-one counseling, and food and clothing to the families in the program. Believing in the power of compassion, The Bridgeto Hope matches families with volunteer teams for guidance, mentorship and emotional support.

Graduation from The Bridge to Hope is an exciting turning point in each family’s life. Single mothers leave the program with a job, a start at creating healthy credit, a savings account, vocational training, and affordable housing resulting in an increased capacity for independently caring for their families. Each family also exits with knowledge of how to utilize community resources. The children who have taken the difficult journey with them also feel safe in a more stable environment.

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