Meeting People’s Needs
Bethany believes in meeting the needs of children and families in comprehensive ways. Whatever the need, we minister through excellent service based on a Christian foundation.
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.
Homebuilders is an evidence-based model designed for families with children at imminent risk of placement, or children in placement who cannot return home without intensive intervention. Implementation of the model strengthens families through careful assessment, teaching of skills, and overcoming barriers to success.
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.
High-quality merchandise including gently used clothing and household items as well as brand new beds and furniture. All proceeds directly support Bethany Christian Services.
Bethany offers community-based mentoring to children we serve in the adoption community. Mentors serve as positive role models, building self-esteem with the children they are paired with.
A network of volunteer host families that mentors teens who do not want to be adopted but want the support of a family.
In an effort to reduce child abuse and neglect, we offer parenting support and education for at-risk families in Muscogee County, Georgia.
Life-enhancement programs to young adults ages 14-24. Providing comprehensive support through programs that best fits each youth based on needs and available resources.
Bethany Training Services provides educational opportunities on a wide-variety of topics in Central Pennsylvania. Topics include education for adoptive and foster care families, First Aid and CPR classes, social media awareness classes and trainings for mandated reporters.
Offered in Madison Heights, Michigan and the surrounding area, this is a program for 12 to 20-year-olds in foster care or at a residential facility. The Teen Outreach Program provides support to these youth, giving them self-confidence and self-awareness through positive adult guidance so they can develop life skills, healthy behaviors, and a sense of purpose.
If you are an adoptive parent, adoptee, birthparent, or have legal custodianship or a formal kinship agreement, our staff is here to provide support through our post-adoption services. Working with SWAN, our services may be available at no cost for children 18 and under.