As we sat down at a local coffee shop the first thing Ladd said to me was, “I never expected to end up living on the street with nowhere to go. I had my own construction business and I thought that homelessness was something that I didn’t have to worry about.” Ladd’s problem was economics.…

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Dear Supporter! I am proud to announce that Bridge House’s Path to Home program has been selected as the provider of Navigation Services for adults experiencing homelessness in Boulder. This fall we will be extending the Path to Home program we piloted this summer and expanding the model to become a 24/7 Navigation Center called…

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Dear Bridge House Supporter- I am writing to inform you of some service changes that will be taking place over the summer of 2017. Rest assured Bridge House’s commitment to create opportunities for homeless individuals in Boulder is steadfast and strong. As of May 1 Bridge House is adapting some of our programming due to…

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“I almost died on the street and there are only two reasons I made it off the street, my determination to change my life and the opportunity the Ready to Work program gave me.” “Before I joined the Ready to Work program I was a drunk.  I was homeless sleeping outside even in the dead…

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Time for your POP QUIZ: Please answer each question below with your first reaction – “Why?” or “Why not?” Should the space program put a man on Mars? Should we invest in cancer research until we have a cure? Should children in America have access to the best education in the world? Should we strive…

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Boulder, CO, Thursday, December 17 – Audi Boulder and Community Table Kitchen announce the launch of Audi Cup café located at the Audi Boulder Showroom at 1799 Exposition Drive. This joint venture exemplifies the innovative partnership between Audi Boulder and Bridge House – the umbrella non profit organization for Community Table Kitchen. Audi customers will have access…

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I eat, sleep and breathe thinking about how we can solve homelessness. I am not sure when it happened, but at some point early in my career I became obsessed by a belief that by providing opportunities through work, support, and creative housing models, homeless people would not need to be homeless anymore. What drives…

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