Bridge of Faith H.O.M.E. (Home Opportunity Meets Emancipation) has been called "the first of its kind" and "model for the nation" by the New York Times.

Our goal is to rescue, restore and assist emancipated foster girls as they develop into women of Value, Importance and Purpose.  We need you and whatever you can do.

Of the 4,000 foster youth in California who age out of the system each year, research suggests, 50 percent or more become homeless.  Upon emancipation, emotions surface and wreak havoc when their adult responsibilities meet them head-on and demand attention. The V.I.P. Family Program develops Value, Importance, and Purpose in their lives. 


After foster care....
What?

Bridge of Faith,
that's what!

Case workers, politicians, and foster children across the nation
are asking this question. 

Bridge of Faith H.O.M.E. is the answer to this question.

This place we call H.O.M.E. provides a safe and nurturing environment.  Each girl has her own room along with all the benefits and
responsibility of her own living quarters. There are no age limits or time limits. We do not look for a quick fix but a long lasting result.

If you could save a life, would you?


Bridge of Faith
P.O. Box 9108
Whittier, CA 90608
(562) 322-5265
(562)789-8009
bridgeoffaith@att.net

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Bridge of Faith has been featured in numerous newspapers, publications, and television programs, including the New York Times, Youth Today, Daily News, Christian Times, Whittier Daily News, Portland Business Journal, City of Industry News, Watts Times, Realtor Magazine, Sacramento Bee, Prison Fellowship, Intercommunity Counseling Center Publications, CNN, KCBS-TV (2), KCAL-TV (9), Public Broadcasting Systems’ (PBS) “Life and Times,” Direct TV’s “Hometown Heroes,” The Learning Channel’s “Clean Sweep,” and KNX Radio, K-Earth Radio, and K-Wave Radio.

In recent years, Bridge of Faith’s founder and executive director, Carol Reza, has received a number of awards that include "Woman of the Year" by the California State Assembly; “Woman of Achievement" from the San Gabriel Valley YWCA; “Good Neighbor Award” from the National Association of Realtors; “Leading Boldly Award" by the House of Representatives; “National Community Service Award” from the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Carol Reza was nationally recognized by L’Oreal as a Woman of Worth.

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