Bridge is Boston’s foremost agency providing life-changing services for homeless, runaway, and at-risk youth.

If you are between the ages of 14-24 and you need help, call

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For youth who need help, Bridge can provide more than just shelter and a warm meal. Bridge helps youth find pathways to education, mental health counseling, career development, transitional living solutions, community support, and more.

If you are a young person in Boston who needs support, contact Bridge to schedule a meeting with an intake counselor or stop in at our Downtown Boston location Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

News

Elisabeth Jackson delivers TEDxBoston talk

Bridge President & CEO Elisabeth Jackson delivered a powerful TEDxBoston speech on youth homelessness.

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Bridge featured in The Boston Globe

Bridge was featured in The Boston Globe in a story on the surge of youth experiencing homelessness during the winter months.

Volunteer

Corporate Volunteer Opportunities

Learn how you and your company can make a difference by partnering with Bridge.

Youth

Programs & Services

From moments of crisis, to a self-sufficient and thriving young adulthood, Bridge offers a range of services for youth ages 14 to 24 in a positive and safe environment.

Employees

Career & Job Opportunities

Join our team and help vulnerable youth walk the path to safety and a bright future.

Donors

How to Donate

The needs of the community Bridge serves are comprehensive, long-term, and growing – and half measures will not lead to successful outcomes. Bridge depends on the generous donations of individuals and organizations large and small. Please help!

About Us

Bridge: The Whole Way

From over 50 years of experience, Bridge has developed the capabilities and built the infrastructure needed to address the vulnerable youth community of Greater Boston.

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News

“Boston-based nonprofit provides ‘Bridge’ over youth homelessness”

Bridge President & CEO Elisabeth Jackson spoke to The Bay State Banner about Bridge's history, services, and what youth homelessness looks like in 2024.

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Elisabeth Jackson Named to the Unaccompanied Homeless Youth Commission

Elisabeth Jackson has been appointed to the Massachusetts Unaccompanied Homeless Youth Commission (UYHC) by Governor Maura Healey.

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Elisabeth Jackson Participates in GBH Panel: “Hidden in Plain Sight: Understanding Youth Homelessness”

Bridge President & CEO Elisabeth Jackson spoke to The Boston Globe for an article about youth aging out of foster care.

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If you are between the ages of 14-24 and looking for help, call 617 423 9575

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