A PBS NewsHour segment features Bridge Meadows' innovative approach to affordable supportive housing, and describes the intergenerational relationships that form among residents who live there.
The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust has awarded a program planning grant in the amount of $99,600 to Hope Village Arizona.
New Life Village is creating an Intergenerational Community of Caring for older children and large sibling groups who would otherwise have little or no chance of being adopted together.
Many Lights is working to create Hope Lights, a multigenerational community where children, kinship and foster-to-adopt families, and seniors facing the challenges of aging live together in a supportive and well-bonded community.
Bridge Meadows was developed to support foster-to-adopt and kinship families. It recently celebrated its one year anniversary and is at full capacity with children, families, and seniors.
Hope Meadows was designed to provide community support to families adopting children from foster care. It is the first intentional intergenerational neighborhood of its kind, where the gifts and talents of all residents contribute to the well being of people of all ages.
2011. Power, M. B., Mitchell, E. T., Eheart, B. K., & Hopping, D. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 9(3), 281-292.
Bridge Meadows was selected as a 2012 Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute Angel in Adoption.