Bridges to Change
We provide housing to those who need it most.
We support recovery through the lens off lived experience.
We promote well-being through behavioral health services.
We advocate for those who systems have ignored.
Bottom Line for Portland
Bridges to Change houses more than 500 people who otherwise would not be able to afford housing. We provide treatment services annually to almost 1000 people and have help countless people on their recovery journey.
Bridges to Change helped with giving me direction directly out of jail and supported the whole journey back into early recovery. Without the help of mentors, peers, counselors, and the rest of the BTC staff I would’ve been totally lost, would’ve had zero structure, and would’ve given up on myself. I didn’t have to, the pathway that was paved for me on arrival.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Bridges to Change recognizes and fosters cultural diversity and respect throughout our organization and the communities we serve. Our vision is that Bridges to Change will be sought out as an organization that truly fosters an atmosphere of cultural equity and that we make every effort to acknowledge, understand and embrace cultural differences.
Ten donors giving $100 or more will get a free large smoothie or juice from Fresh Love!
All donors will get:
- a free pass to a virtual Restorative Yoga Sound Bath from So Fine Studios!
- a $8 coupon good for any (1) of the following: Bath Bomb, Lip Balm, Shower Steamer, To Go Butter, Soap from Handcrafted PDX!
- a $5 Yoga Class from Yoga Refuge!
Tempos Contemporary Circus is collaborating on a performance fundraiser with BTC on December 15th.
Year Founded: 2004
Tax ID: 76-0751239
Bridges to Change is in the Home category which is sponsored by Neil Kelly.
They're a large-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co. and Washington Co.
Friday, December 15, 2023 at 8:00pm - 10:00pm