The Bridge accepted a call from a single mother with two children in need of housing.  She was encouraged to call back when she stopped using drugs.  We call this “clean”.  She did.  That was 16 years ago, and she is still clean today.

For those who have experienced life in the darkness of addiction, once the gift of sobriety is achieved there is a state of freedom and joy that brings new perspective to life.

For many of our Bridge graduates, they celebrate the anniversary of their sobriety in the same way they celebrate their natural birthday.  It is once again new life.  As it begins with one day at a time, and moves to years, there is great joy in celebrating. The celebrating represents the living on life’s terms, sober, being productive, giving back and accomplishing goals.  Ultimately, celebrating God’s redemption.

Because of your involvement and contributions to the Lord’s ministry at The Bridge to Hope, we can count the years with our graduates as they look back on the years of their sobriety and see the accomplishments with joy.  They celebrate their relationships with their children and other family members, their accomplishments at their place of work and their sense of well-being as they mature in their walk with the Lord and in their accomplishment of goals.  Collectively our mothers celebrate over 60 years, this is made possible by your sacrifice of giving.

Thank you for your part in making it possible for B2H to continue to encourage our present moms and those who have graduated as they celebrate their sobriety.  It is indeed, a new birth.  You have been a part of the process.

We are grateful to you, praising the Lord for your willingness stand in the gap, impacting homelessness One Family at a Time.  We could not do this work without you.  Thank you for your part in making it possible for B2H to continue to encourage our present moms and those who have graduated as they celebrate their sobriety.  It is indeed, a new birth.

I you would like to become a part of the process of healing, do not hesitate to call The Bridge to Hope today.  Learn how.

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