Bridgeway & Beyond

Transitional Housing
Sheboygan, WI
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1251 Geele Ave
Sheboygan, WI - 53083

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About Bridgeway & Beyond

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Bridgeway & Beyond Transitional Living Program for Single Mothers & Children Bridgeway is a 13 bed residential transitional living program for homeless women with children located in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Bridgeway can serve 4-6 families at any given time. Bridgeway’s residential program serves single women with children who are homeless or living in unsafe or unstable environments.  Each mother who enters our program went through an application process where she demonstrated a desire to change and willingness to participate in intensive programming, goal setting and counseling in order to build the skills necessary for creating change.  Mothers and their children can stay at Bridgeway for up to two years.  The entire time they are in the program, they are actively making progress and held accountable for their family goals. The extended length of stay at Bridgeway allows the stability needed for mothers to focus on healing and learning the skills necessary to provide the ongoing stability that will allow them to break the cycle of chaos and poverty for their children. Interested in residency? Call our Case Manager (920) 457-7272 ext 115 ​to set up an appointment. We would love to help you transform your family! Transformation process that Bridgeway provides moms who choose change.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization (SCIO) is a spiritually based organization of faith communities in Sheboygan County. Our shared values bring us together to educate and advocate for social justice, dignity, and to improve the quality of life for all people. We bridge the gap between community needs and partner resources.

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  1. I have been struggling with methamphetamine addiction and recently lost my job and my apartment. I want to find a safe and secure place to get full sobriety. I want to find a home and a job and get back my life to be able to have my son again i been struggling for 2 years now. posted September 11, 2019
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