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Bridge Adult Service Centre 

An inclusive community for all


"To provide programs, services, and opportunities for adults with intellectual disabilities to support them to reach their fullest potential as members of our community."

Ways We Help

The Focus of Our Efforts


Clients First

Our clients' best interests are at the core of everything we do.

Value for money

We strive to use all resources effectively and efficiently to deliver quality services and programming.

Community Integration

Building an inclusive community.

News & Updates

All the Latest

Job Coach Program Eases Back into the Community

July 2022 - After a long hiatus from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bridge Adult Service Centre's Job Coach program has slowly begun to re-introduce clients back into community placements. With clients beginning back at Breakfast at Brittany's, Bambino's Pizzeria & Fine Food, Dooly's, Needs, Sobeys, Superstore, Frank & Gino's, Harrison's Home Hardware, Centennial Villa, Alder Meadow Farm, and more, we are so grateful for the community support and for welcoming our clients back with excitement. These placements bring such joy to the clients and a sense of purpose to their day.

Think you may have a place for a client? Call our Job Coach, Erika MacGlashen, at 902-667-8433

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Disability Pride Day

The Bridge Adult Service Centre hosted the Annual Disability Pride event at Dickey Park on Friday, July 8th. The event featured music from the Christopher Brown Trio & Jen & David Siddall. There were bounce houses for the children to enjoy, shaved ice treats, a BBQ, and the dunking of staff members, including our Executive Director, Joanne Hopper. Thank you to all who came out to celebrate neurodiversity with us and we hope to see you again next year!

Thank you to all who donated to the event and made this possible, including Highland Market, Atlantic Superstore, Sobeys, Giant Tiger, Weston's Bakery, Mike's Drive Thru,  Wood Chuck Construction, Maritime Event Rentals, and The Town of Amherst Recreation Department.

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BASC Fashion Show returns!

After a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the best night of the year at the Bridge Adult Service Centre will be making it's grand return! Save the date and mark all your calendars, November 10th, the Bridge participants will be showing off their favourite outfits found at Bargains at the Bridge. 

Admission is only $7 and doors open at 6pm, with the show beginning at 6:30!

A silent auction will also take place during the event.

All proceeds of the event will go back into the Bridge Adult Service Centre's programming and offerings to the participants.


Contact Us

16 Station St, Amherst, NS B4H 0C2, Canada


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