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“I remember waking up one day by the New Orleans Mission, sleeping on the cold hard concrete listening to the cars pass overhead. I asked myself, “How did you ever let yourself get to this point?” I never realized at that time that I had a disease.”
Bridge House Resident
I became a prisoner to alcohol and my life fell to pieces. I was hopeless, tired, confused, angry, sick and very unhealthy. My parents took over my role as parent to my children. I drank all day, every day until I passed out. My family no longer talked to me.
Grace House Resident
I’m originally from Los Angeles, CA. I met my husband in CA, who had moved there from New Orleans after Katrina. I had been to rehab twice in CA, and was sober when we met. About a year later, I relapsed. I really didn’t grasp the gravity of the disease at the time. I don’t
Grace House Alum
“ I am currently in college for Business Management, I am about to be a father, and I was just promoted to Assistant Floor Manager. I am indebted to Bridge House for giving me a chance to change my life. ”
Bridge House Alumni
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October 29, 2021
Women of Substance
The Women of Substance Luncheon honors prominent local women who serve as role models that our residents and graduates look to for inspiration.
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