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2018 Program Statistics

January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2018

Intake:

137 families served

148 adults served

262 children served

1,897 calls from persons in a housing crisis

Housing:

96,857 housing nights provided

Location of Transitional Housing Program buildings: Addison, Carol Stream, Glendale Heights, Glen Ellyn, Naperville, Westmont, and Woodridge

Employment:

83 clients worked with employment services

48 clients received employment training at in-house job readiness training

75 full-time positions were landed by clients

31 part-time positions were landed by clients

Adult Education:

5 clients received college degrees

10 clients earned professional certifications or graduated from vocational training

39 clients enrolled in college or vocational training classes

10 clients enrolled in ELL and/or GED classes

45 adults received tutoring services, educational coaching and assessments

Children's Program:

225 holistic educational, mental and physical health assessments were performed on Bridge children

45 children received tutoring services

44 tutors

3 pre-schoolers received Early Childhood Assessments

3 college scholarship awarded to high school seniors

68 summer camp scholarships awarded 

75 enrichment activities scholarships awarded

19 Children's Program and Learning Resource Center volunteers

Learning Resource Center and Tutoring Center Locations: Addison, Glen Ellyn, Glendale Heights, Naperville, Westmont, and Woodridge

Bridge Communities is a program that transforms lives of homeless families.  Surveys completed in 2018 show that, one year after graduating from the Bridge program:

  • 100% of graduates maintained stable housing
  • 86% of graduates maintained stable employment