Empowering the addicted with the tools for a lifetime of recovery.

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Each productive life enriches us all.

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Enabling men and women to lead productive lives free from addiction.

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Providing support in a safe, therapeutic environment.

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Where the lost find recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction.

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Our Stories

Bridge House Resident

In the beginning, things were good.  I had lots of money, lots of drugs, and, of course, lots of women. My work took me to places most people never dreamed of. To stand on The Polar Ice Cap or next to the Crucifix in Rio were magnificent adventures to me. These experiences were never ending in my life. So was the cocaine.I...

Grace House Resident

I came to Grace House because I needed help—help from myself. I didn’t know who I was. I was like a kid lost without a parent. I had nowhere to turn and was hopeless. I thought I found myself in a bottle or in pills. Really, all I was doing was hiding my pain, my hurt that I never really knew I had. I’m able to take...

Our Alumni

My name is Casie and I am thirty years old.  I am a manager at work, a student, and the proud mother of two little boys.  I am also an addict.  As far back as five years old, I struggled with anxiety and depression which caused a constant feeling of inadequacy.  I felt judged by everyone, so I kept quiet.  I just wanted...

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Please join Bridge House Grace House, Archbishop Gregory Aymond, and ministers of many faiths as we pray for the homeless of New Orleans, especially those who have died on our streets in 2015 at the second annual Interfaith Prayer Service for the Homeless. The whole community is invited and we are happy to be a part of the planning process this year. We will also be out serving refreshments following the prayer service.
Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at St Joseph Church (1802 Tulane Ave., NOLA 70112) from 5:30 - 6:30 PM - fellowship and simple reception to follow in church vestibule.
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