MOBILE, AL (October 29, 2012) – Flexicrew, an employment agency headquartered in Mobile, AL, has GIVEN $10,000 to The Bridge to purchase training programs, new computers, and to create a scholarship fund for outstanding students who are currently enrolled in programs at The Bridge.

“Flexicrew has our greatest thanks for their generous commitment and support for our programs,” said Ashleigh Simon, Clinical Director for the Bridge. “This donation will go a very long way in helping us in our mission to educate and motivate this group of young people, to give them opportunities for education that they might not have otherwise.”

Flexicrew has donated $4,000 for computers which are currently being purchased and installed. Flexicrew has also committed $6,000 more in future contributions to help with purchasing additional equipment and to setup the scholarship fund.

Flexicrew is fast becoming a business leader in industrial and commercial staffing. With 9 offices across the Southeast, Flexicrew is able to provide qualified employees to every business sector. To learn more about Flexicrew, visit Flexicrew.com.


About Flexicrew
Flexicrew is a privately held, woman owned employment agency headquartered in Theodore, AL. Flexicrew provides a full range of employment services including temporary staffing, permanent placement, and OSHA training in 9 locations across the Southeast. We focus on providing personal service to each and every client and candidate, to practicing ethical business and to giving back to our communities.


About The Bridge

Founded in 1974, The Bridge provides substance abuse treatment and behavioral rehabilitation programs for adolescents (ages 12-18). Our programs are staffed with caring and qualified professionals using proven, evidence-based practices. Our commitment to quality and excellence is evident throughout the organization as we continue to seek ways to enhance and broaden our services. Our organizational goal is to be the provider of choice for adolescent treatment and rehabilitative services.

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