Youth Bridge to Launch Building Bridges Program in Harrison

Youth Bridge to Launch Building Bridges Program in Harrison

Big things are happening in Harrison! We recently brought on some staff and clients from Vantage Point’s outpatient program. The new Building Bridges program is a Therapeutic Day Therapy (TDT) non-residential program that can be provided over an extended period of...

Hanes hosting sock drive for National Safe Place Program

Socks and underwear are often the most requested items by people experiencing homelessness, as they are much needed items that help provide warmth and protection. Hanes wants to leverage this connection to help even more people in need. Hanes has expanded the Hanes...
January is National Mentoring Month

January is National Mentoring Month

Our mentoring program is another way Youth Bridge is providing hands-on preventative services. The goal of the program is to reduce the number of children and teens who are at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system by increasing protective factors that...
Suicide: A Danger Facing Our Children

Suicide: A Danger Facing Our Children

By Michael C. Flowers- There’s an old adage that no parent should have to bury their child. Truer words were never spoken. Regardless of age, the event is not wished upon anyone. Unfortunately, some parents are faced with the grim reality of youth suicide. Although...
Supplies Needed: Help Our Youth Succeed!

Supplies Needed: Help Our Youth Succeed!

Youth Bridge is looking for donations for residents at our Children’s Campus. Three separate facilities are part of this, with a maximum of 42 residents. Some children attend public school while others attend school at our clinical facility. Any interested parties...
WHY I CARE:  Darryl Rhoda

WHY I CARE: Darryl Rhoda

Our staff at Youth Bridge is passionate about helping children. Few are more devoted than our CEO, Darryl Rhoda. His father returned from the Korean War with post-traumatic stress disorder.  In those days, PTSD treatment did not exist so the veteran self-medicated...
CLIENT SPOTLIGHT:  JORDAN GREENE

CLIENT SPOTLIGHT: JORDAN GREENE

When Jordan Greene entered the hospital with staff infection, the doctors told her that if she had waited one more day, she would have had her leg amputated. Having dealt with the neglect by her mother, Jordan found herself in the hospital thanks to the intervention...