Nichole’s Moment

A survivor of domestic violence, Nichole describes her experience working with Bridges of Hope over the course of a few years, and particularly in the Side by Side mentoring program. Today, Nichole works for Wadena County Human Services. Her hope is that more education and awareness about domestic violence and its effects will be shared... Continue Reading →

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Andrea’s Moment

  Andrea shares her experience working with Bridges of Hope ~6 years ago, when she was a newly single mom with two young children. Today, Andrea is helping spread hope to others at our Common Goods thrift store in Crosslake! During our Fall Campaign, Bridges of Hope is seeking to raise $60,000 from the community... Continue Reading →

Chuck and Kristi’s Moment

"To everyone who's lost someone they loved, long before it was their time.... The days that you had with them were not enough, when you said goodbye...." The words of this song by Third Day could not better describe the immense pain that Chuck and Kristi were feeling when they reached out to Bridges of... Continue Reading →

Tom & Kelly’s Moment

Tom and Kelly were at their wits end. The couple had three children: an eleven-year-old (Kim) and 8-year-old twins (Simon & Cyril). Kim was a handful for both parents, and the twins were quickly following in their older sister's footsteps. They sought help at the local county Mental Health services division one afternoon, and that's... 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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