Navient Foundation supports local family homeless shelter
“We are very grateful to
The nonprofit is committed to providing resources and shelter to help at-risk families become self-sufficient. Founded in 1983, the multi-faceted nonprofit strives to empower homeless and at-risk families by providing them with re-homing services needed to avoid future episodes of homelessness.
Since the beginning of 2018, the nonprofit has served 1,076 individuals in 286 families. Last year, the nonprofit began providing a Permanent Supportive Housing Program, an initiative that serves families with physically or mentally disabled members.
“Bethany House Services acts as a haven for families facing homelessness,” said
Many of Bethany House Services’ programs extend to children to provide a multigenerational approach to poverty and homelessness. Other services provided to children include Stranger Danger, a program designed to reduce the high rates of abuse among economically disadvantaged children and Positive Parenting, an initiative that promotes strong bonds between a child and their parent.
To learn more about Bethany House Services’ donation and volunteer opportunities visit their website at bethanyhouseservices.org.
About Bethany House Services
Bethany House Services (BHS) is Cincinnati’s largest provider of emergency shelter and housing programs for families experiencing homelessness. Founded in 1983, BHS supports families as they move from homelessness to housing, independence, and self-sufficiency, ensuring each family has the necessary skills and supports so that they will not return to homelessness.
Source: Navient Corporation