Providing services for those who experience domestic
abuse, dating violence, and sexual assault
The Bridge provides services for individuals and families who experience domestic abuse, dating violence, and sexual assault in five counties – Burt, Cuming, Dodge, Saunders and Washington.
A Bridge is used to close the gap between where you are now and where you want to go.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
We can use your skills in a number of ways form assisting us on our crisis line to taking care of pets to helping watch kids during support groups or appointments.
Training our next round of volunteers will take place on March 7th. If you are interested in helping our mission, please view our volunteer opportunities.
There are a three main ways that you can help; volunteer, donating goods or services, and donating money.
A bridge is used to close the gap between where you are now and where you want to go. Its helps you get to your destination and without it, you wouldn’t be nearly as successful. That is what The Bridge is to many women in the communities that we serve. We are committed to eliminating violence and creating social change in the lives of women, children and men through safety, empowerment and education. The targeted areas that we serve are Burt, Cuming, Dodge, Saunders and Washington counties in Nebraska.
The facts about domestic violence speak for themselves and that is why we are here to bridge the abused life you might have been living to the life that you and your family deserve. Just ponder:
That is why The Bridge is here to help. In the last year alone we have responded to 3,395 calls for assistance and provided crisis intervention for 716 individuals and 686 kids. In all we sheltered 1,270 safe nights and 3,726 meals. We are here to help.
The Bridge, a private nonprofit agency that has been in existence since 1981, is part of a state and national network of domestic violence programs. We generate no income through fees for services and are funded by the United Way, government grants and contracts, private foundations, and donations from the community. Both community support and volunteers are vital to our continued operation.