Have the power to change their lives in a new positive direction
Are able to learn new skills
Can ultimately live independently
Since opening our doors, Bethsaida has provided Recovery Housing for its transitional, permanent, and low income housing. All programs are voluntary - clients who come to Bethsaida have chosen to focus on their recovery from substance use disorders, and previous trauma.
For more information about Recovery Housing visit:
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, STAFF MEMBERS, VOLUNTEERS AND CLIENTS AT BETHSAIDA ARE UNITED IN THEIR BELIEF THAT ALL HOMELESS WOMEN:
Bethsaida is a non profit 501(c)3 agency that incorporated in 1987. The agency opened Katie Blair house in 1990, the Flora O'Neil Apartments in 2006 and Patricia's Place program in 2012. From 2010 to 2015 the HWDT (Homeless Women Deserve Treatment) program helped over 400 women and 191 children.
Bethsaida's Addiction/Recovery Website