As an elected official, I have seen Bridges of Iowa consistently provide an innovative continuum of care to Iowans who are overcoming addiction. As an Iowan, I see the challenges our communities face with substance abuse and most recently the opioid crisis. Without the work of organizations such as Bridges, those in recovery would be at increased risk for relapse and jail recidivism. By focusing on long-term recovery and community integration, Bridges of Iowa has helped people rebuild themselves as productive members of our community.Angela Connolly
who helps us
Bridges of Iowa relies on support from our partners to carry out the excellent work we do in our community. Listed partners contribute at least $1000 per year to support the mission of Bridges of Iowa.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
furnishes our clients with opportunities for community service and free educational programs
Broadlawns Medical Center
supplies medical detoxification services for our clients
Des Moines Area Community College
offers educational programs that will lead our graduations to better employment opportunities.
Des Moines Area Religious Council
provides free and reduced-cost food for our food pantry.
Food Bank of Iowa
provides food at a greatly reduced cost as well as free paper supplies.
Prairie Meadows Casino, Racetrack and Hotel
granted Bridges of Iowa $125,000 to launch our culinary program.
How Can I Help?
Ask your employer about donating or matching donations to Bridges of Iowa. We also have volunteer opportunities.