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Bridgeview connects individuals, families and children to the resources for self-reliance.

Bridgeview Resource Center's doors remain closed for a while longer, but we can still help you.

 

Because of the COVID virus Bridgeview Resource Center is temporarily closed, but we are still here to help connect you to the services and resources you need. You can still talk to Stephanie, our Navigator, by phone, 360-992-0200, or by email, sdegrandpre@vhausa.com. If you are part of our case-managed programs, you can still talk to your case manager. Do you have other questions? Just call us at 360-737-2950.  

​You can also find out about services that can help you at the 211 Info directory of assistance, at their website, www211info.org, by dialing 211, or texting “898211” to request information.

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More Families Eligible for Child Tax Credit

Nearly every family is eligible to receive the expanded Child Tax Credit this year, including families that haven’t filed a tax return and families that don’t have recent income. Each qualifying household is eligible to receive up to $3,600 for each child under 6 years old, and $3,000 for each child between 6 and 17 years old. The credit is not a loan. Families can receive half of their new credit between July and December 2021 and the remaining half in 2022 when they file a tax return. Visit GetCTC.org or call 211 to learn more. 

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Applications for Caples Terrace Apartments

The Caples Terrace apartment complex is currently accepting applications. Learn more and download the application packet at www.gobridgeview.org/caples-terrace.