Ending Well: Serving Women into the Next Step

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We spend a lot of time thinking about how to get women in the door, but vital services are also needed when families are ready move back into the community. During this engaging webinar, we will learn how to exit women well. Pregnancy help programs build strong relationships with women and those relationships should be a launching point, not a dynamic of ongoing dependence. Our presenters will draw from their experience of working with families facing homelessness via Bridge of Hope to teach us how to think beyond the limits of our program and offer practical insights on how families reach stability by establishing social capital. Join us for this substantive presentation on how to facilitate ongoing stability once your formal services have ended! This webinar is applicable to all aspects of the pregnancy help movement including centers, medical clinics, maternity homes, and adoption agencies.

Bekah Bowland

 Bekah joined the staff of Bridge of Hope National in February 2016. Bekah has a master’s degree in Social Work from Millersville University. She worked as a school-based therapist and also provided multi-systemic therapy supporting family preservation for child welfare involved families. Bekah is a member of Lampeter Church of the Brethren (a past Bridge of Hope mentoring church) where she attends with her husband and three young boys. She shares, “I am very excited to be a part of Bridge of Hope’s mission. I am passionate about working together with the church to end and prevent homelessness. Bridge of Hope feels like home for my soul where my values and love of social work meet God and His love for His people.”

Anne Dunnenberger

Anne joined the staff of Bridge of Hope National in 2012 after working for almost ten years as Special Events Coordinator and then Development Director for Bridge of Hope Lancaster & Chester Counties. She is an active member of Ascension Lutheran Church, serves on various school and community committees, and is married with three children. Anne holds a bachelor’s degree from Millersville University and has previous experience in social services, sales, and customer relations. Anne has a deep passion for the work of Bridge of Hope. “Having been raised by a single mother, I can relate to the difficulties and hardships that mothers face when trying to balance work and family life alone. Add to that the fear of homelessness and those obstacles seem overwhelming. The Bridge of Hope program is a viable solution that empowers families facing homelessness to rise above those obstacles and calls the church to provide tangible supports and build relationships that help families remain housed. And isn’t being in relationship with one another how we all survive?”