Bridge of Faith is a 501 (c3) non-profit agency committed to reducing the high rate of recidivism in our prisons and assist those emancipated from the foster care system.
Bridge of Faith H.O.M.E. for emancipated foster youth originally started in the prison system with classes for inmates. We quickly realized the anguish of women whose children had been placed into the foster care system.
In 2015, Bridge of Faith celebrated 20 years; We have been striving for change and this year has shown us so much, as we have been reflecting over these two decades. Thank you all for remembering our work within the City of Whittier and being part of our community celebration.
The VIP Family Program helps residents with emotional healing, achieve economic self-sufficiency and emotional stability by instilling self-esteem and breaking the cycles that lead to poverty and self-destruction.
Bridge of Faith is a 501 (c3) non-profit agency committed to assisting those emancipated from the foster care system.
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Up*Scale Collectibles is not only a fun place to shop, the 5,000 square foot retail is a donation-based establishment that focuses on supporting young women who are exiting the foster care system. The retail store also serves as a drop-in counseling center for the community and a training location for Bridge of Faith clients to learn, acquire, and enhance their job skills.
Caseworkers, politicians, and foster children across the nation are asking this question.
Bridge of Faith H.O.M.E. is the answer to this question.
This place we call H.O.M.E. provides a safe and nurturing environment. Each girl has her own room along with all the benefits and responsibilities of her own living quarters.