Hi Everyone, My name is Ms. Bridget Hall, founder born in Biloxi, Ms. Keesler Air For Base back in 1971.
First and Foremost, I would like to thank all my family and friends that have always motivated me to move forward especially during my worst endeavors. I would like to honor to my parents for the love and support always given to me no matter what ~ Forever Grateful.
I will always give all praise and honor to YHWH for protecting me as to providing strength and insights to continue to stand back up no matter how hard I fell. Thankful for the spirit of discernment that helps me move forward even when attacked by friend-enemies. #LLTK Psalms 9
As a self-made entrepreneur, 30 years of experience between personal and professional environments which helped me gain knowledge of understanding and empathy as a social justice activist/peer support specialist.
I started this organization in hopes to bring more mental health awareness to under served minority communities and assist to provide better education, skilled employment, housing options and many other resources that one may not have knowledge and/or access to.
Associates of Applied Science
Minority Social Justice/Mental Health Activist
Minority Business Owner Consultant
S/M/W/V Business Enterprise
Texas HUB-Zone Certified
Knowledge of Government Contracting
In The Beginning
Paradise Independent Living, LLC. est. 2004 in Houston, Texas with nothing but motherly love for my son in mind.
As a single parent raised in the south where resources are very little if any at all. Also, it was very hard for me to understand the difference in “bad behavior” and mental illness, but I knew it was my duty to help my son. I started my mental health advocacy journey in 2004 with focus to Educate, Collaborate and Motivate. My life experiences with my son who is now grown and diagnosed with several mental health disabilities provides an insight into the challenging steps a family may take to help their suffering adult loved ones down a seemingly never-ending road. Our housing community show empathy and compassion to provide the hope that could help one overcome struggles that life could give at times. Our like-minded community offers the love and support to our clients as well as family members to help rebuild your self esteem in hopes to help reduce heartbreaking suicides, violent sexual and physical abuse crimes against women/children/men and decrease of homelessness.
Our programs offer safe secure housing, peer support, career training and many more opportunities .
The Sponsored benefit fundraising nonprofit sector.
ALLVETSCOUNT, NPO also help to provide support, love and encouragement to each person.
However, YOU as a person must be ready and willing to transition into your own new lifestyle.
Thanks for your time and support
Sincerely Ms. Bridget Hall, Founder
PIL mission is to help with the reduction of recidivism which usually results to homelessness. As a community of like minded individuals, we focus on mild to moderate mental disabilities by offering services through group homes for adults with mental illness . We offer unique short or long term transitional halfway housing options with covid 19 precautions in mind, daily healthy meals, virtual case management services, second chance felon friendly jobs and a variety of in-house education with assistance from a trained mentor
Our 501c3 nonprofit sector ALLVETSCOUNT, NPO est. 2017 with my retired military father and others in mind to provide housing programs for our men and women who have served our country honorably but now faced with mental challenges, homelessness and less hope.
All donations are welcome and much appreciated.
Committed to collaboration with evidence of plans already set in place that help reflect the coordinated efforts of local/state/federal agencies, community organizers and committed individuals working together toward common goals of creating statewide strategies that address challenges caused by geographical vastness and diversity.