WHO WE SERVE
Since 1994, Bethany Hill Place has combined housing with learning opportunities for children and adults who are homeless or with low incomes and living with mental illness, substance use disorders, food insecurity, and/or chronic health conditions.
We are dedicated to helping the most vulnerable and marginalized people while promoting the elimination of poverty and the injustices they have experienced, such as inadequate housing, substandard schools, and access to basic primary healthcare.
Our residents are men and women from all backgrounds, families with insufficient incomes to fully meet their needs, the elderly living on fixed incomes, and recent immigrants who are working hard and gaining steady but slow traction to make lasting change in their lives.
We believe in the capacity of people to change, and we support our residents as they work to achieve their highest potential by developing skills, strengthening their lives, and creating self-sufficient futures.