Community Close Up: Rebuild Potrero, San Francisco
A February 2016 case study by Build Healthy Places Network, one of a series that shows how community developers are partnering to create neighborhoods where everyone can be healthier.
BRIDGE has deep experience with a variety of models--solo and in partnership with private developers--that serve people across a range of income and rent levels, from affordable to market rate.
Trauma Informed Community Building Evaluation
A Formative Evaluation of the TICB Model and its Implementation in Potrero Hill (July 2015 report by the HOPE SF Learning Center, with support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation)
Lessons Learned from Year One: Implementation of the Community Development Quarterback Model
Jan. 2015 findings from BRIDGE Housing's work at Potrero Terrace & Annex and Jordan Downs under the Partners in Progress project
Lessons Learned: Bringing a Trauma-Informed Perspective to the Quarterback Role
Dec. 2014 findings from BRIDGE Housing's work at Potrero Terrace & Annex, a Partners in Progress project
What Does It Mean to Be a Community Development Quarterback?
Oct. 2014 findings from BRIDGE Housing's work at Jordan Downs, a Partners in Progress project
2013-2014 Annual Report
Over the past 18 months, BRIDGE has made significant progress toward the overarching goal set out in our five-year Strategic Plan: advance our mission while sustaining and growing the business.
Smart Living, Smart Growth
This commemorative book, published for BRIDGE's 30th anniversary in 2013, features photos, stories, quotes and infographics about BRIDGE's 75 transit-friendly developments.
Is Mixed-Population Housing a Solution to Homelessness?
Affordable Housing Policy Paper