Bethany in Kalamazoo
Bethany Christian Services of Kalamazoo opened in 1995 and has since grown to include offices in Paw Paw and Benton Harbor. Today we serve families throughout Southwest Michigan and offer a variety of services for children and families.
What We Do in Kalamazoo, Michigan
Bethany’s ADOPTS program addresses the impact of traumatic experiences on children prior to adoption. Our therapists nurture children and their parents with support, education and caring intervention to help each family member thrive—not just survive.
There is a growing need for families willing to open their hearts and homes to children and teenagers who have been removed from their families because of neglect or abuse. These children need a loving family who will walk with them during a time of crisis and welcome them unconditionally into a caring home. The highest-priority need is for foster homes for sibling groups and children from minority groups.
If your family is going through a challenging time, Bethany’s family counseling services are available to help you find the support you need. Our dedicated Christian counselors are ready to help your family work toward healing, growth and well-being.
Children in foster care have faced hardship and pain during their lives. When returning to their biological family is not an option, they need a safe place to call home, with a family to provide them with the love and care. There are more than 100,000 children in foster care who are available for adoption and they are waiting for a family like yours.
Our goal is to help expectant parents, and the adoptive families they choose, to make the adoption plan that works best for them and the child they both love.
Many children around the world are waiting for a forever family. Their early lives have included things like orphanages, abandonment, malnutrition, and even abuse—but they can thrive in a loving and nurturing home. Can you open your heart and home to one of these children?
We are here for you. The choices that you make will be life-changing and we are here to help support you. You are not alone.
Often refugee families are separated between the time they leave their home and when they arrive in the U.S. When this happens, family reunification is difficult and children are considered unaccompanied minors. The only option for these children is to be cared for by a refugee foster care family.
Connects refugee and immigrant families with churches and community resources to help them adjust to their new life in the U.S.
A national movement of compassion that helps families and children in crisis. This network of volunteer host families help parents who need temporary care for their children as they face unmanageable or critical circumstances.