Gordon and Rhonda’s Moment

This year marks the 10th year that Bridges of Hope has been offering Crisis Nursery Services to the Brainerd Lakes Area. Yes, you read right--TEN YEARS! That's a decade of giving parents a safe childcare option during a family crisis, which translates into thousands of children placed into the loving care of our selfless providers since... Continue Reading →

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It Shouldn’t Hurt to be a Child

Each December, BL Broadcasting collaborates with local Child Protection Teams in our area to bring awareness to and raise funds for Child Abuse Prevention. The public service announcements during the on-air event state, "It shouldn't hurt to be a child." How true. Child abuse is difficult to think about, but we need to think about... Continue Reading →

Crisis Nursery to the Rescue!

Sally called Bridges of Hope, crying hysterically. She is the mother of three children: Jackie (age 7), Holly (age 5), and Tim (age 3). I had previously worked with Sally for several months through one of Bridges of Hope's in-home programs,  which is why she asked to speak with me on this particular morning. Sally... Continue Reading →

Dustin & Ashley’s Moment

Ashley and Dustin are a married couple with two children. The family has been struggling to make ends meet for quite a while. So often, when families live in poverty, it is extremely difficult to get ahead. For this family, and for many families living in poverty, the saying "when it rains it pours" was... Continue Reading →

The All-Time Top Eleven Quotes from our Clients

Since our founding, Bridges of Hope has built-in a specific follow-up component to our services. We have two main reasons for doing this. First, we want to make sure that the resources, programs and ideas we suggested actually helped someone resolve their crisis--because that's why we exist! Second, and equally as important, we want to... Continue Reading →

A Good Solution for Julie & Hanna

This year, Bridges of Hope added a new program to its continuum of services for families. Respite Services provides a regular break to parents or guardians of children with mental health or behavioral challenges. This is typically a scheduled break at the home of a respite care provider who has been selected by the parents. But... Continue Reading →

Kendra’s Moment

Kendra was out of options. She had moved into an apartment in the Lakes Area after leaving her home community--and having to sever all her ties to friends and family--due to a domestic violence situation. She had fled shortly after learning she was pregnant with her third child and had since found a part-time job,... Continue Reading →

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