What is the To The Bridge Foundation?
What is the To The Bridge Foundation?
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Building bridges from treatment to lifelong sobriety.

To The Bridge Foundation (TTBF) began in 2012 with a benefit concert to honor a man who was a friend to everyone he met, and who lost his battle with addiction at a young age. Tony Dolski’s passion for music and life has inspired his friends and family to do what he wanted most: to help others.

For the past several years, TTBF has hosted an annual benefit concert, which combined have raised funds for organizations with successful sober housing programs. We believe the critical transition from treatment to lifelong sobriety is one of the biggest barriers in recovery.

Proceeds from each concert, as well as the foundation’s other fundraising efforts, are specifically designated to cover costs for individuals who do not have the money to begin a sober housing program upon acceptance. We provide funds to help with necessities such as rent, insurance, psychiatric care, transportation, dental care and other basic needs. Our goal is to help individuals continue recovery in a supportive environment rather than become vulnerable by returning to previous circumstances.

To the Bridge is dedicated to helping those with addictions build bridges to the next stages of their lives. We focus on four key ideas: educating communities about the reality of addiction; building a presence as a helping hand in surrounding communities; appreciating all those lost in personal battles; and offering creative support services.


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