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Bridge Communities Statistics and Program Outcomes
Bridge Communities has helped more than 600 families cross the bridge from homelessness to self-sufficiency and permanent housing. In 1999, Bridge began to survey client families one year after they exited the two-year Transitional Housing Program. Results from the 2013 exits surveys indicate that while in the Transitional Housing Program, Bridge client families developed the skills necessary to achieve productive, self-sufficient lives.
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To rent a typical apartment in DuPage County, a person who works a job that only pays minimum wage would need to work 107 hours per week to afford a two-bedroom apartment.