The Bridge to Hope is a non-profit organization committed to ending Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Human Trafficking. Our purpose is to empower those who have been affected by violence, provide options, and give support to individuals so that new beginnings away from violence can start.
The Bridge has a NEW TEXTING PHONE NUMBER!! Text: 715-505-3640 for support. We are available to text with you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You are never alone, and we are here for you when you are ready. Please share this information with your co-workers, family, friends and other loved ones. Thank you!
The Bridge to Hope is currently hiring a Crisis Advocate. Crisis Advocates are responsible for evening, overnight, weekend and holiday shelter operations and case management of all shelter and outreach clients (in coordination with daytime advocates), advocacy, crisis intervention, and nightly data entry and chores.
Hours are mostly Wednesday nights 9:45pm-8am Thursday mornings and every other weekend. Weekends are mostly mornings, 7:45am-3pm. Starting pay is $8/hour.
Those interested can download, complete and submit an application (found here) to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until 1/9/14 and interviews will begin 1/13/14. The position begins 1/21/14.
Quilt Tour 2013 is November 9th, 2013. This will be our LAST fundraiser of the year!
Please come support us and also the great women in our community with unbelievable talents. The tour will be from 10am-3pm and will feature 6 local quilt clubs: Common Thread, Over the Edge, Hearts and Hands, Peace Works, Quilting Queens and St. Joe’s Quilters.
$10 buys your ticket and a Quilt Tour Passport that will get you into all four sites (United Church of Christ, Cedarbrook Church, Our Savior’s Lutheran Church and St. Joseph’s Catholic Church) to view each groups quilt art.
Each site will have coffee and treats and raffle items – a raffle ticket comes with each passport!
The Bridge to Hope has begun its Men’s Monthly Support Group, Bridge Builders. If you are a male survivor of domestic abuse, and would like to attend these support groups, please call us at 715-235-9074. Meeting are held at Keyes Chevrolet Conference Room the first Saturday of every month from 2-4pm. Meetings are co-facilitated by a male and female.