The Bridge Project Youth and Families FAQ

We are impressed by the resilience and accomplishments of The Bridge Project youth — past and present — and we know you will continue to thrive. The Bridge Project is pivoting operations and are committed to transitioning Bridge Project programming and providing you with support through other organizations. Please reference the FAQ below for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What will happen to my post-secondary education scholarship?

    We remain committed to Bridge Project students who are receiving scholarships for post-secondary education and will honor our commitments to them through the completion of their education.

  • What is happening with Bridge Project sites?

    The Columbine, Lincoln Park and Westwood sites closed in March as a result of the pandemic and will remain closed to adhere to current Denver Housing Authority and CDC guidelines.

  • Are you offering summer 2020 programming?

    We will continue to provide virtual summer programming starting June 22, 2020. Please email Phuong Phan for information. Bridge Project students are also eligible to join virtual programming at Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, and we are actively making referrals. Learn More

  • What will happen with current programming?

    Academic tutoring, TECH Team and other high school programming will continue virtually in the 2020–21 academic year, led by long-time Bridge Project employee Phuong Phan, MSW interns and volunteers. We are working to identify alternative programing for families in the neighborhoods after the upcoming academic year. We will keep you updated through The Bridge Project website and via Denver Housing Authority newsletters.

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If you have any additional questions regarding The Bridge Project programming, please contact Phuong Phan.

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