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BRIDGE HOUSE 2017 ANNUAL REPORT

C R E AT I N G O P P O R T U N I T I E S F O R A D U LT S E X P E R I E N C I N G H O M E L E S S N E S S
O R G A N I Z AT I O N

Board of Directors
ANDY ALLISON
DENNIS ARFMANN
CHAIR

GREG BESERRA
APRIL BRYANT
LINDA CAVEN
SECRETARY


BROOKE DAVISON
PHIL DAY
TOM DOZIER
STAN GARNETT As each year goes by I find myself reflecting on Leadership Staff
HILLARY HALL ISABEL MCDEVITT
VICE CHAIR
moments and events I cherish. Family events, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

CHAD CARBONE
DANNY HASSAN time with friends and community all stand out. DIRECTOR OF OUTDOOR OPERATIONS
VICE CHAIR

ROGER KING Near the very top of my list aren’t times in my MELISSA GREEN
PATH TO HOME PROGRAM DIRECTOR
CHUCK LIEF
career, but rather talking with Chad and Dennis VERA LINE
DIANE MAGLIOLO DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND OPERATIONS

JOHN POLLAK and Jay, all Ready to Work clients who worked WIDD MEDFORD
TREASURER READY TO WORK PROGRAM DIRECTOR

JOHN SHELDON through life’s challenges to make a difference SCOTT MEDINA


VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR
FRED SMITH
for themselves and others. Those give meaning EMILY MESSINA
TIM WOLF DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
to my life.” — Dennis Arfmann, Chair JOHN TREJO
EXECUTIVE CHEF
LETTER FROM THE CEO

Dear Supporter, So who do I ask? Myself? My team? Our Board? Our community partners? You?
Yes, of course.
2017 was another tremendous year for
Bridge House. We innovated, we integrated, But more importantly we need to ask our clients. And I did. I gave an open
and we ended homelessness over 100 times. invitation for feedback and this is what we received verbatim:

Looking back over 2017, I am proud of our incredible team; I am thankful for “ Bridge House’s faith in people creates faith in themselves.”
supporters like you; and I am humbled by the resilience of the people we “ Ready to Work repairs relationships in the community.”
serve. But our work doesn’t stop. Already in 2018, we are challenging ourselves
daily to achieve the greatest impact possible. We are challenging ourselves to “ Bridge House offers hope and opportunity.”
do better, to be more efficient and effective. “ Ready to Work is continually breaking new ground.”
As each year presents with new possibilities and expanded horizons we ask ourselves — Bridge House is “holistic”, “innovative”, “individualized”, “professional”, just
“ What can we do better?” plain “very good”.

“ What makes our programs tick? How can we improve them?” And there was more. Our clients are the experts. I am honored to hear their
feedback and inspired to continue to strive for better.
We serve over 3,000 people experiencing homelessness each year. The 82,665
meals we served last year were hearty and nutritious. Through our Path to I am proud of our metrics. The results we share in this report represent
Home navigation model our proactive case management navigates people tremendous dedication and effort on the part of our team, it represents the
quickly and effectively out of shelter at a rate of 25 per month. Our Community impact of supporters like you.
Table Kitchen and Ready to Work outdoor crew social enterprises provide paid To me, however, these numbers pale in comparison to the culture of
jobs allowing for our RTW trainees to build a resume, earn and save money opportunity we have created. We have created an environment of trust, of
while generating more than $784,361 in earned revenue. Ready to Work House hope, of humor, of humanity and it this environment that makes the difference.
provides housing for 44 people at all times and for 90 over the course of a year
as other residents graduate into permanent housing at a success rate of 75%. Homelessness can happen to anyone. Homelessness is temporary. Homelessness
is solvable one person at a time. If we believe in the power of opportunity the
Across Bridge House’s Bridge of Opportunity we offer employment, we offer results will follow.
housing, we offer family reunification, we support our clients in sobriety, we
help our clients save money, we remove barriers to independence. Thank you for your support!

But are these the activities and interventions that define our work? Do With gratitude,
these activities achieve the greatest impact for the people we serve, for the
community we seek to improve?
I have been asking myself “What do we do better than anyone else in the
world?” If we can answer this question, we will define our special sauce and Isabel McDevitt
we will know where to invest. CEO — Bridge House
S U C C E S S S T O RY
Resource Center & Navigation Center & Lodge

John found himself without a home, without a job and he had to leave. When he left, he felt like he had no options and
on the verge of suicide. Each day he walked the streets of Boulder had no hope of ever becoming self-sufficient again.
looking for a safe place to sleep for the night. With winter just Finding himself on the streets was the lowest point in John’s life.
around the corner, sleeping outside was soon going to be very Extreme depression set in and he was completely lost.
dangerous. John needed shelter. Through conversation with other
individuals on the street, John found out about Bridge House’s “ I thought there was no way out. I thought I would
Severe Weather Overnight Shelter. That night in October 2017 when die on the street until I met Einav, my case manager
he walked through the door of Bridge House’s Severe Weather
at Path to Home.”
Shelter generously hosted at faith communities, a sense of relief
flooded over John. He would be warm and safe for tonight. John slept Together Einav and John worked to create his comprehensive
soundly. In the morning a Bridge House case manager spoke with housing-focused navigation plan. John worked diligently to follow
him asking about his situation and how Bridge House could help. his plan and began to feel like there was a way out of homelessness.
Part of John’s navigation plan was to connect with Boulder’s mental
“I need a place to live,” John said desperately. With compassion and
health resources. After John was on the right medication his life
care, the case manager explained to John that Bridge House’s Path
began to turn around. John’s case manager helped him apply for the
to Home program, which includes consistent overnight shelter along
Rapid Rehousing assistance funds available through Boulder County
coupled with housing-focused case management, could help. John
that would help him fund his deposit and the first month’s rent on
was scared and out of options so he agreed to join the program.
a new apartment. His income through his job would cover the rest.
Before John ended up on the street, he had a great job in a college Einav assisted John with his apartment search, standing by him
admissions office. He was living in his own apartment. He was every step of the process, until he was able to find a two bedroom
thriving, stable and working hard to further his career at the available at a local apartment complex.
college. While John had struggled with mental health issues his
“ It was miraculous to see the change in John’s outlook on life,” Einav
whole life, he thought he could handle on his illness on his own.
remembers. “From the day John began the Path to Home program, he
However, over the years his mental health worsened which led to a
put his navigation plan into action and his determination to change
full breakdown. His condition became so serious, he was unable to
his circumstance was powerful to watch.”
work and subsequently lost his apartment. With nowhere to go, John
moved in with his father to recover and regain his independence. After John found his new apartment, he began to look for a
After a few months living with his father it became unbearable and roommate. A graduate of Bridge House’s Ready to Work program was
PAT H TO H O M E & R E S O U RC E C E N T E R 2017 R E S U LT S
“ Thank you so much for helping me get to the VA and In July 2017 Bridge House launched Path to Home. Through Path to
Home, Bridge House combined the legacy programs of overnight
giving me a roof over my head. I have so many more sheltering offered by Boulder Outreach for Homeless Overflow
(BOHO) in partnership with the faith community coupled with case
options for moving forward.” — Ryan management services previously provided through the Bridge House
Resource Center. This new program combines 24/7 safe and legal
shelter with navigation case management to develop housing plans for
each Path to Home client. Path to Home serves 50 clients at all times
who have been identified as appropriate through Boulder County’s
also searching for an apartment and a roommate as well. The case Coordinated Entry screening process. The City of Boulder is a leading
managers made the connection both agreed to move in together. funder of Path to Home. In December 2017, Bridge House and BOHO
officially merged as a single organization.
Bridge House was able to help them with furnishings and beds for
their new apartment.
John told Einav his case manager, “I really am thankful for all you
1,255 INDIVIDUALS RECEIVED CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

have done and continue to do for me. I greatly appreciate it. All things
are working for the good. I haven't had this much support before, and 31,056 TOTAL CASE MANAGEMENT INTERACTIONS

I'm trying not to get ahead of myself, but dang I feel good. “
Change is possible and every day Bridge House case managers see 98
ID ASSISTANCE:
UNDUPLICATED INDIVIDUALS WHO
WERE ASSISTED WITH BENEFITS:
921
amazing results from their clients. They come to work motivated to
end homelessness one person at a time. John is just one example,
one individual, who was offered an opportunity and took it. At
UNDUPLICATED CLIENTS KEPT
IN THEIR HOUSING/RE - HOUSED:
81 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
FOR PRESCRIPTIONS:
91
53 153
CLIENTS WHO WERE REUNIFIED UNDUPLICATED
WITH THEIR FAMILY AND ARE CLIENTS WHO FOUND
Bridge House, we see many clients like John who are struggling NOW NO LONGER HOMELESS: EMPLOYMENT:
and just need an opportunity. That opportunity sparks hope and
In late 2017, Bridge House began offering Severe Weather Overnight
that hope breeds transformation. John’s transformation happened
Shelter. This sheltering model is open to anyone who is in need of a
because he was serious about changing his life and Bridge House
safe, legal and warm place to sleep during inclement weather.
was there to support him along the way.

22
IN 2017, NUMBER OF NIGHTS SEVERE
OVERNIGHT SHELTER WAS OPEN:

UNDUPLICATED INDIVIDUALS WHO UTILIZED


EMERGENCY OVERNIGHT SHELTER:
268
3,456
TOTAL INDIVIDUALS ACCESSED
BRIDGE HOUSE PROGRAMS 82,665 TOTAL MEALS SERVED
1,692 NUMBER OF CLIENTS WHO ATTEND-
ED OUR COMMUNITY TABLE MEALS
PROGRAM
SUCCESS STORY

I didn’t have the chance to be a kid. I grew up surrounded by drugs


and experienced physical and emotional abuse. My father tried to
eliminate any behavior that he interpreted as weakness. His mantra
to me and my sisters was “You need to be a fighter, not little girls.”
This was my life; I was trained to be a fighter. Looking back that was
the one gift that my father gave me — the mentality of a fighter —
and the tenacity to never give-up no matter how hard things got.
At the age of 16 my father married me off to the president of another
“ Living at the Ready to Work local gang. I fought hard to change my father’s mind about the
marriage, but on my 16th birthday I moved in with my new husband.
House, I have been able to
rebuild my life and find my The abuse didn’t start right away, it slowly crept into our marriage
after I had my second son. One day he came home from a drug run
self-worth again. ” and punched me so hard I instantly fell to the ground. When I was
able to get up off my bathroom floor I realized that he had broken
my face. During another particularly brutal fight he broke my leg. I
wanted out, but I was trapped with nowhere to go. It was around
IN HER OWN WORDS
this time that I began using cocaine.
Ready to Work Graduate, Barbara.
Two weeks after my 28th birthday I woke up in the hospital dazed
My name is Barbara and I am a Ready to Work graduate. I can and in tremendous pain. It took a few minutes for me to remember
honestly say that joining the Ready to Work program was one of the what actually happened to me and how I ended up laying in a
best choices I have made for myself in a longtime. hospital bed covered in bandages. When my memory came back
My childhood was not a traditional one. My parents belonged to I was flooded with images of beginning tied to the back of my
an infamous motorcycle gang. Growing up I didn’t realize that my husband’s car and dragged down the street. I knew at that moment I
family was different and everyone I knew belonged to gang. It was had to find a way out or he would eventually kill me.
just the way things were. With my mother’s help I was able to leave my husband and get
I was first introduced to drugs at the age of 11. My 12 siblings and a divorce, but my drug habit was getting worse. I supported my
I would watch my parents put marijuana inside car gas tanks and family by selling drugs for a while, but my cocaine habit grew out
together we would drive to different houses dropping it off. of control. When my sister introduced me to meth things really got
75% OF TRAINEES WHO PARTICIPATED IN READY TO WORK,
GRADUATED WITH MAIN STREAM EMPLOYMENT AND HOUSING

$784,361.00 EARNED THROUGH BOTH


SOCIAL ENTERPRISES.

bad. I began shooting up and soon nothing mattered to me


except getting high. It wasn’t long before I lost my home and my
TOTAL TRAINEE EARNINGS SAVED ­=

$25,000
children had to live with my relatives.
I was homeless, living on the street and I was scared. I found out 95% ATTENDANCE RATE

about Bridge House’s Path to Home program and a case manager

25,000
MAN HOURS WORKED FOR THE CITY OF BOULDER
offered me the chance to apply for Ready to Work. Soon after AND BOULDER HOUSING PARTNERS, LOCAL PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT COMPANIES AND BOULDER COUNTY.
I was accepted. I did not want to live my life tangled up in my
addiction anymore and I knew Ready to Work was my way out.
I learned at an early age that you have to fight for what you
want, and I fought hard to maintain my sobriety. My Ready to
21,000 MAN HOURS WORKED IN
OUR COMMERCIAL KITCHEN.

Work case manager was always there for me with inspiring


advice that helped me find my true, healthy self. I am proud of myself and all of my amazing accomplishments and
now after all of my hard work, I am now employed as a housekeeper
Living at the Ready to Work House, I have been able to rebuild
and looking for my own place to live permanently. Throughout my
my life and find my self-worth again. It wasn’t easy; I struggled
whole journey in the program all of the Ready to Work staff were
when I first moved in, but I was determined never to live on the
there for me and helped me anytime I got discouraged. Without this
street again. The Ready to Work staff was a real support to me
program I would still be using drugs and living on the street. I am so
and if it weren’t for Widd, John and Heather, I would not have
grateful for the Ready to Work program.
made it through the program. My case managers saved my life.

75%
Community Table Kitchen is a social enterprise of Bridge House that marries our mission
of addressing food insecurity in Boulder while also providing employment to adults who
are experiencing homelessness. At Community Table Kitchen, Ready to Work trainees, learn
valuable culinary skills and customer service while building a reference and earning a
wage. At Community Table Kitchen we are a caterer, we are a co-packer, we run the cafes at
Naropa University, we provide more than 250 meals a day to
hungry individuals and families in Boulder County. Are you
looking for a new place for lunch? Drop by 5345 Arapahoe
Ave and enjoy a wide variety of breakfast and lunch items.
Need a caterer? Email catering@boulderbridgehouse.org.
CLIENT DEMOGRAPHICS

49%
HAVE BEEN HOMELESS
57%
STRUGGLE WITH MENTAL
FOR 6 MONTHS OR LESS HEALTH ISSUES

38%
HAVE BEEN HOMELESS
11%
ARE VETERANS
FOR A YEAR OR MORE

74%
STRUGGLE
79%
OF OUR CLIENTS ARE ACTIVELY
WITH ADDICTION LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT
FINANCIALS

89.82%
SPENT ON CLIENT
2017 REVENUE
Foundations $311,068
PROGRAMS & SERVICES Individuals $904,590
City & County Grants $664,139
CO State Funding $101,782
Businesses & Faith Community $222,487
Kitchen Social Enterprise $381,451
Ready To Work Crew $301,615
RTW Room & Board $101,256
Interest and Other $25,971
TOTAL $3,014,359

2017 EXPENSES

Client Programs & Services $2,451,461 89.82%


Administrative $120,835 4.43%
Fundraising $157,144 5.76%
TOTAL $2,729,440 100.0%
VOLUNTEERS

THANK YOU!
Last year over 1,500 volunteers
donated 10,000 hours of their
time to help support Bridge
House programs! We can’t do our
work in the community without
your support. At Bridge House,
we are very grateful that you
understand that it is possible to
end homelessness in Boulder one
person at a time. Whether you
volunteer in our kitchen, help us
serve meals, or make a generous
gift — it is because of YOU that
our work continues to make a
positive impact in our community.
Thank you!

INTERESTED IN
VOLUNTEERING?
FOR MORE INFORMATION
EMAIL SCOTT MEDINA AT SCOTT@BOULDERBRIDGEHOUSE.ORG
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Mosaic Architects Whole Foods
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OUR EVENTS? EMAIL EMILY MESSINA AT EMILY@BOULDERBRIDGEHOUSE.ORG​​
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS

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Allen & Company Madeleine Morrison Anonymous Fund Gary & Karina Berg
Anonymous Stanley Brown & The Community Foundation — Nancy Berman
Pamela Barsam-Brown August Fund, Hillary Hall &
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Human Services Boulder Meeting of the
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Dan & Robin Catlin Aaron Brockett
Daniels Fund The Community Foundation —
C & L Hormel — Fire Monkey Seeds Fund Bobby Brown
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Fund of RSF Brynn Grey Partners
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Capital One Jill Bucher & Jamie Kraphohl
Latino Coalition for Community The Kenneth King Foundation
CoBiz Cares Foundation Tim & Heather Bulk
Leadership The Lawrence Foundation
Colorado Realtor Foundation City of Boulder Human
Mary Steffens Schweitzer The Mary Norris Preyer Fund
Jerry Davidson Services Department
Mary & Tim Wolf Foundation
Foothills United Way City of Boulder
$20,000 — $49,000 Whole Foods
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Charlton & Eleanor Ames Zach & Jessica Zeldner
Al & Gail Gerrish Collins Foundation
Anonymous Donor Colorado Episcopal Foundation
Daniel & Shannon Hassan $1,000— $4,999
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Erna Maj & Robert Pelz Jr. Jeanne Rutledge Anonymous Donor Andrew & Brooke Davison
David Secunda & Carmela Weber Wade & Suzanne Arnold Madeline Day
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Andy Allison John & Jill Sheldon Andy Bachmann Robert & Anne Dietz
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Anschutz Family Foundation Leyla & Mark Steele Susan & James Beall Becker John DiMatteo
Dennis Arfmann & Julie Brown The Academy on Mapleton Hill Terri Benjamin Thomas & Carol Dozier
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Gregory Edwards Kevin & Donna Koepping Richard Polk Tim Reynolds &
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First Congregational Church REA Charitable Trust Aronson Family Fund
Kathleen Leonard
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Luchsinger Family Foundation
Campbell Foundation Fund
Flatirons Solutions, Inc. Lawrence Matthews John Reynolds
The Community Foundation —
Foothills United Way EFSP Sean & Cheryl McConnell Matthew Rheingold
Eberspacher Family
Cathleen & Richard Fox McGuckin Hardware David Rich
The Community Foundation —
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WILL PROVIDE 50 CLIENTS WITH WILL HELP 5 CLIENTS STAY


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IN THEIR HOUSING THROUGH
OUR HOMELESSNESS
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WILL PROVIDE 125 MEALS FOR WILL PAY FOR WILL FUND ONE MONTH OF WILL FUND OVER WILL SPONSOR ROOM & BOARD
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