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In 2023, we treated 394 men and 313 women for substance-use disorder through our long-term residential, treatment programs. If you or someone you know is in need of treatment, please call our Intake Department at 504-821-7120. Priority admission given to pregnant women.

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Easy access to treatment can mean the difference between life and death to those we serve.

When you donate to Bridge House / Grace House you are offering hope to those still in need of treatment.

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Hear from Donors, Staff, and former Residents on why they all chose Bridge House / Grace House!

Rebuilding lives for men and women with honor, dignity & respect.

We empower the addicted with the tools for a lifetime of recovery. For over 65 years, it has been our mission to provide substance-use disorder treatment services to those who have lost everything – individuals who do not have the resources for private treatment: the homeless, indigent, uninsured, underinsured, and/or unemployed.

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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.”

- Brett J., Bridge House Resident

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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.

- Nancy, Grace House Resident

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I don’t know why I was given the Grace to survive, and others aren’t. It is still hard to believe that I made it out alive. Sometimes, it’s even hard to believe that I used to be addicted to heroin, stealing from everyone who loved me and hurting them repeatedly. I do know that I do not take this life for granted and try every day to make it mean something, to give something back.

- Lauren, Grace House Alum

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Coming Up!

May 17, 2024

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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