The Bridge to Hope
Working to End Abuse.
LOVE SHOULD NOT HURT. NO MATTER WHAT IT'S LIKE OUT THERE, IT'S SAFE HERE.
The Bridge to Hope would like to invite you to our 5th Biennial Quilt Tour being held on Saturday, November 5, 2022.
What is a quilt tour? Several local quilt groups will be displaying their handmade quilts, (along with historical ones), at four churches in Menomonie: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Cedarbrook Church, and United Church of Chris, and Christ Lutheran. Each site will also offer demonstrations, vendors, and raffle items
For nearly 40 years The Bridge to Hope of Dunn & Pepin Counties has provided shelter, support, information and referrals to those effected by domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.
Our goal is to empower the many communities we serve; such as but not limited to, women, men, communities of color, those in later life, the LQBTQI+ community, children and youth, immigrants and refugees, and tribal communities.
A Bridge to Hope advocate is available to meet
one-on--one to offer support, options and resources to help you navigate the healing process and discuss your options moving forward.
WHAT WE DO
YOUR SUPPORT & SHELTER
Information and Referrals
Presentations and Awareness Events
Youth and Family Advocate
Advocate for Survivors of Domestic Abuse
Advocate for Survivors of Sexual Assault
24/7 CRISIS RESPONSE
Our dependable, 24/7 crisis response hotline is linked to resources necessary for a quick response. We are also social media responsive, offering multiple access points.
Our Legal Advocate is available to meet with victims as they weigh their legal decisions, apply for Judicare, or assist with restraining or harassment orders.
"I was sexually assaulted on January 9th, 2018 in my own home. After coming to terms with what had happened, Bridge to Hope was right beside me when I made the decision to press charges.
Through all of this, Bridge to Hope helped me realize that this wasn’t my fault and that I’m not alone. My friends and family have shown me that my dreams haven’t changed and they are still just as achievable."