Brigid's Hope

This program provides services to women ages 35 and older who are formerly homeless and previously incarcerated.  

The primary goal of the program is to reduce the number of women returning to the criminal justice system by providing resources that empower participants to lead safe and productive lives and thereby continuing the program's success rate of less than 10% recidivism.

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Services

  • Transitional housing

  • Individual and group therapy

  • Comprehensive case management

  • Life skills training

  • Therapeutic services

Recent Achievements

  • 100% of recent Brigid's Hope graduates transitioned to stable homes

  • 77% of recent graduates increased their education or income

  • A second therapist was added to allow for smaller therapy groups, giving the women more time to focus and process

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For more information and volunteer opportunities,

contact Program Director Regina Walker, LMSW