Harry: "This was an opportunity to get the skills I needed."

Harry: "This was an opportunity to get the skills I needed."

Bridge’s Work-Based Learning Program (WLP) is a three month part-time, paid internship to develop essential employment skills in a supportive environment.

Harry currently lives in our Emergency Residence, busy stabilizing his life. He is glad for this part-time opportunity while fielding job interviews.

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Director of Program Services, Peter, speaks at Learning By Giving Foundation Panel

Director of Program Services, Peter, speaks at Learning By Giving Foundation Panel

How Bridge ensures relevancy of programs and services for our youth in need

Peter Ducharme, Director of Program Services, spoke about the services Bridge offers and how we incorporate our youth’s perspectives and voice in the development and refinement of programs. Peter also spoke about how Bridge defines impact - or success - through increased stability for our youth.

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Bridge launches 15th Safe Place Site

Bridge launches 15th Safe Place Site

Haley House soup kitchen becomes Boston’s 15th Safe Place

Here in Boston, Bridge is the local respondent for the national runaway hotline and National Safe Place Network. Our Adolescent Runaway Counselor, Jade, trains and manages a network of fifteen Safe Place sites, where underage youth can go if they urgently need help and safety. Haley House, a soup kitchen Boston’s South End, is on the same street as a high school. This proximity helps improve access for youth ages 14-17.

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