Bridge Meadows: The power of place, permanence, and purpose
September 19, 2014 at 10:00-11:00 a.m.
If you would like to see firsthand an intentional community – one Beth Baker highlights in her new book – please plan to
Bridge Meadows is a unique multi-generational community located in the Portsmouth neighborhood of North Portland where adoptive parents, foster children, and elders – those
over 55 – find a true home built with love and the shared vision of a better tomorrow.
Bridge Meadows works at the intersection of child welfare, aging and affordable housing- issues that impact each of us, not just socially and emotionally, but economically as well. It
is the only intentional intergenerational housing community for foster youth, adoptive parents, and low-income elders in the region, and the only one in the country in an urban setting. The Bridge Meadows model draws on the strengths of three generations towards a singular purpose- that all three generations may live full, meaningful and connected lives.
Our Guide will be Derenda Schubert, Executive Director of Bridge Meadows. Dr. Schubert is a psychologist with professional experience including counseling children and families as well as creating and managing programs in the realms of foster care, mental health, and developmental
8502 N. Wayland Ave.
Portland, OR 97203
Who should attend
MOVE has an opportunity to visit this inspirational community before Beth Baker’s 2:00 p.m. event, “With a Little Help from Our Friends”. However, space is limited so do not delay.
Separate registration is required. Please see registration information above.