Success Stories

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When they arrive at The Bridge, many residents have a history of struggling in academic settings. Indeed, school had always posed a special challenge for Stephen*. In the setting provided by The Bridge, however, Stephen displayed a strong sense of discipline and commitment to academics.

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Before 18-year-old John* came to The Bridge, he hardly knew anything about cooking. "The most I did," he recalls, "is put something in the microwave. Cooking was something only my parents did!" Now, as head cook at The Bridge for the past few months, and one of five boys working in The Bridge kitchen, John is learning much more than cooking-he's learning essential life skills like responsibility and goal-setting.

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