Bridgeview connects individuals, families and children to the resources for self-reliance.
Bridgeview Resource Center is closed until further notice
In following guidance and advice provided by the CDC and our local health department, Bridgeview Resource Center is working to mitigate the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) threat by reducing exposure threats. Effective Monday, 3/16/20, Bridgeview Resource Center will be closed to the public until further notice.
We are here to help--Even if our doors are temporarily closed
Closing the doors to our Resource Center does not mean Bridgeview is closed. We remain committed to our mission and the individuals and families we serve. You can still talk to Damien, our Navigator, by phone, 360-992-0200. He is still working every day to connect you to services you need. If you are in one of our case-managed programs, your case manager is available by telephone. Other questions? Just call 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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Applications for Caples Terrace Apartments
The Caples Terrace apartment complex is currently full. The Bridgeview Self-Sufficiency for Youth Program (for Caples Terrace) currently has a waitlist. Applications to the program are not being accepted at this time. We anticipate that applications will be available and accepted after April 1, 2020. Please check Bridgeview’s website for updates after that date.