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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

When I began my journey at Bridge House I was physically, mentally, and spiritually broken. I had fallen so far in such a short time in my life. Drugs and alcohol had become my master, and I had fully lost the power of choice to even think, feel, or act on my own. I remember waking up one day by the New Orleans Mission,...

Grace House Resident

My name is Nancy and I am an alcoholic. I was raised in a middle class family. Neither of my parents have a problem with drugs or alcohol. I started drinking when I was 16. During high school, it was mostly just on the weekends and for fun. I was awarded a full athletic college scholarship. I managed to control my drinking...

Our Alumni

My name is Derrick, and I’m a recovering alcoholic and a drug addict! I was born in New Jersey, and I moved to Florida at the age of 22. I was a late bloomer when I was introduced to drugs and alcohol, but when I started using them at the age of 25, it took me less than six months to lose everything that I had. Drugs...

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