“No matter how hard I work or how many jobs I have, I can never seem to break through.”

– Bridging Forward Participant

What to Expect

For Participants

You may be ready for Bridging Forward if you are:

  • Frustrated and overwhelmed about just “getting by” and want to learn about ways to get ahead.

  • Ready and willing to make changes to move out of poverty.
  • Seeking increased access to resources, including financial resources.

  • Underemployed, or you are able and willing to work and/or might benefit from job training.
  • Willing to help others by sharing your talents and gifts, experience and wisdom.
  • Not in crisis, not facing an active domestic abuse situation and not actively abusing alcohol or drugs (or have been in recovery for at least 6 months).

Participants will:

  • Meet regularly with a Prosperity Coach
  • Set financial goals and make progress on their plan to earn more income.
  • Leverage available community resources to help them achieve their plan.
  • Build encouraging relationships with other participants and volunteers.
  • Use their knowledge and skills as problem solvers.
  • Share their strengths and give back to their community.
bridging forward mentoring meeting

To participate:

Call 402-461-8418 for more information and schedule a time to talk and complete an application.