There are many ways to “Get Involved” with Bridges to Recovery! Simply click through the tabs below and learn how you can support us, our cause, and our community. We look forward to connecting with you!


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Apply to Volunteer at Bridges to Recovery (Marinette & Menominee Counties)

If you are interested in volunteering at Bridges to Recovery, please click the button below to download our Volunteer Application. Please print out, complete, and mail to:

Bridges to Recovery
Attn: Volunteer Application
3123 Shore Dr.
Marinette, WI 54143

If you would like to volunteer OR have any questions about volunteering, please call (715) 330-6272.


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Volunteer Position Open: Marketing / Donor Cultivation


Volunteer Position Open: Grant Writer / Grant Writing


Volunteer Position Open: Volunteer Coordinator


Volunteer Position Open: Receptionist / Clerical

Apply to Marshfield Clinic Health Systems Americorps

Why Serve with AmeriCorps?
AmeriCorps is an opportunity for individuals of all ages and backgrounds to give their time and talent to strengthen communities.

Find Your Best Fit
AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers can apply to serve with any of our thousands of partner organizations. Through our programs, we offer opportunities with different time commitments and requirements, so that you can serve in whatever capacity works for your goals and lifestyle.

Be a Part of Something Bigger
When you serve with AmeriCorps, you join a network of more than 1 million strong. AmeriCorps alumni continue to give back to the country through civic-minded activity. The community you build while serving with AmeriCorps is unlike any other.

Grow Personally and Professionally
Learn and grow while giving back to a community. Individuals who serve with AmeriCorps build new skill sets that they can take with them wherever they go. Older Americans can apply their hard-earned knowledge to make an impact in a new environment.

Receive Benefits for Your Service
AmeriCorps provides several benefits for its volunteers and members. Education awards are available to AmeriCorps members, as well as supplemental health insurance, loan deferment, and childcare. Benefits vary by program.


Apply to MCHS Americorps

Apply to Senior Community Service Employment Program

The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a work-based training program for older Americans to build/enhance/update job skills to be able to look for and find a job. To be eligible, SCSEP applicants must be at least 55 years old, unemployed, meet the income requirements, have low employment prospects, and need job skills training.


Apply to Senior Community Service Employment Program

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Donate to Bridges to Recovery via PayPal

We use PayPal to process donations. We are always grateful for those who recognize how we care, serve, and support our community. Please consider partnering with us by offering a one-time OR monthly gift to Bridges to Recovery (Marinette & Menominee Counties). Thank you in advance.


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“I can’t even begin to explain the way Bridges’ transition class has helped me. I am on my way to taking this class for the 4th time and I’ve learned more with every class I’ve taken. It has taught me about who I am and has shown me how to dig deep and feel real feelings and how to cope with them. I wouldn’t have been able to make it as far as I have without Bridges. The class has encouraged me to want to help other addicts and want to give back to the community. Thank you for all you have done to help me, Bridges. I’ve never actually wanted to stay in recovery as much as I do now.”

Marinette County Jail – Transition from Jail to the Community participant