About Bridgeview as a Nonprofit Organization
Bridgeview has been working to connect low-income individuals, families, and children to the resources for self-reliance since 2012.
Education, employment, healthcare, and other supports are all necessary for low-income families to thrive. Bridgeview provides connections to these vital supports through more than 90 community partners who share our perspective…and our network is growing. Click here for a list of our partners.
Our vision is a community where a systemic approach and shared responsibility break the cycle of poverty through stable housing, self-reliance, and improved quality of life.
We value self-reliance, self-confidence, perspective, results, opportunity to serve, employment, and education.
We are a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization incorporated under the laws of the state of Washington. More than 2,000 VHA residents benefit from the resources and referrals we provide.
Our Staff Leadership Team:
Roy Johnson, Interim Executive Director
Priscilla Bryant, Operations Manager
Emily Dixon, Family Self-Sufficiency Program Manager
Jodi Freydenfeldt, Volunteer & Engagement Manager
Our Board of Directors
Joan Caley, Chair
Tim Foley, Vice Chair
Janiece Micheal, Secretary-Treasurer
How Bridgeview Fulfills Its Mission
Working with community partners, we encourage residents of all ages and abilities to discover new passions and define new opportunities. For children, we encourage academic enthusiasm and success. For young adults, education and training to qualify for a living wage job. For work- able adults, the training, skills, and motivation to attain a life free from subsidies for themselves and their children. For those households that may require longer term rental assistance, opportunities to enhance their quality of life and to engage in their community.