Kevin Gardere has been an employee of Bridge House Corporation since 2002. He has been responsible for Major Gifts since 2004. In December 2013, he became the Executive Director of Development. Kevin is a graduate of the Bridge House Substance Abuse Treatment Program (2002).
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Grace House offers gender-specific long term residential substance abuse treatment designed to meet the unique needs of women. We have the capacity to serve 70 clients at our two locations. The recommended length of stay in our program is three months to one year. Each client’s length of stay and treatment program is determined by their individual needs and progress in treatment. Our program is designed to enhance a woman’s ability to maintain sobriety and enable her to live a productive, healthy lifestyle . . . beneficial to herself, her family, and the community. We provide a safe therapeutic environment in which women receive substance abuse treatment.
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- Individualized Treatment
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- Residential Treatment
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Kevin Gardere - Executive Director of Development
Thomas A. DeLatte - CFO
Thomas De Latte has been the Chief Financial Officer of Bridge House Corporation since 2001. Thomas has been in some form of accounting management positions since 1961. He is a Loyola of the South alumni.
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