A place in Montgomery County for teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities

The communities north of Houston are attracting record growth because of their ample economic opportunities and excellent quality of life; nearly a half-million people now proudly call Montgomery County their home.

Bridgewood Farms has been an integral part of this thriving community since 1967, providing day programs, after school programs, and respite care for individuals with special needs and their families. Our work helps to ensure that all citizens of Montgomery County—regardless of their intellectual abilities—have a place to lead happy, healthy, productive lives.

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Featured news and information

Poinsettia's For Sale

Our Holiday Poinsettia Sale is a longstanding tradition at Bridgewood Farms. The plants grown on-premises, and they're cared for by clients in our horticulture program.

Wine Tasting Event 

Hop on board early for our seventh-annual wine tasting fundraiser! Last year’s event raised over $55,000 to support our programs and services and the construction of a new gymnasium.

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Lending a hand at Bridgewood Farms serves a dual purpose: it helps us complete tasks that are vital to our operations, and it connects our clients to the community at large.

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New Gymnasium Opens

Thanks to generous donations from the Pat and Dalton Thomas and Texas Oilman’s Charity, we’re proud to open our gymnasium. 

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Burn Your Buns Bike Ride

Our annual bike ride takes participants on a tour through northern Montgomery County and right up to the front gates at Bridgewood Farms—where all are welcomed with festivities and barbecue.

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In addition to providing an invaluable service within the community, we're an approved 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, charitable organization, and your donation may qualify you for a deduction.

Our Sponsors

Our Board of Directors, Staff, and the entire Bridgewood Community would like to express our gratitude to the sponsors of our most recent event, the Burn Your Buns Bike Ride, which took place in July 2014.

  • Bill, Sheryl and Stacey Brown
  • Borden Milk Products
  • Shannon Fine Jewelry
  • Woodforest National Bank
  • Carbide Specialists
  • Bowlero, AMF The Woodlands
  • Troy Construction
  • Mike McDougal
  • Ark Church
  • Woodlands Cycling Club
  • Lake Conroe Rotary
  • Kris and Michael McBride
  • Judy Harrington
  • Christa and Aivars Krumins
  • Cannon Custom Homes
  • Green Financial Solutions, LLC
  • Bill Pinkerton
  • Fred and Linda Spaulding
  • Cathy, Stephanie and James Silva
  • Beverly, Gary and August Ward
  • Michael Higgins, DDS
  • Judge Wayne L. Mack, JP, Pct. 1
  • Mike Meador, Pct. 1 Commissioner
  • Streater Smith Honda/Nissan
  • Paula, Jerry and Jody Shumpert
  • Steve Schoger