BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Bridge House, a psychosocial rehabilitation Clubhousin Bridgeport, celebrated Black History Month during its annual celebration with the help of The Amistad Center for Art & Culture.
Stacey Queen, Education Associate and Art Historian from The Amistad Center, presented members of the Clubhouse with a Black Identity and History presentation after the Clubhouse Choir sang a few member favorites. The celebration began with an authentic "soul food" lunch which was made homemade by members and staff in-house and ended with homemade dessert.
Bridge House empowers adults living with mental illness to improve their lives and realize their potential. Since its inception nearly 30 years ago, Bridge House has served thousands of members and provides a safe haven for adults in the Greater Bridgeport Area and Fairfield County who are struggling with mental illness. Its programs help adults with mental illness reintegrate into their communities, regain employment, and advance their education.
The Amistad Center is housed in the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford.
For more information, to donate, or to become a member, visit BridgeHouseCT.org.
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