Bethesda House Breakdown
Check in each month with Schenectady’s own Bethesda House. Since 1992 the Bethesda House has served as an interfaith ministry to the homeless, disabled and economically disadvantaged citizens of Schenectady County.
A sneak peek from Bethesda House’s Fall/Winter Newsletter… As we gear up for the colder months ahead, we want to ensure we are prepared and ready for the influx of individuals seeking warm shelter at night. Many are street homeless,
Highmark Announces $550,000 Community Investment to Support Five Organizations’ Health-Focused Initiatives -Brings Blue Fund’s Total Local Investment to $3 Million- Latham, N.Y. – Highmark Blue Shield of Northeastern New York today announced $550,000 in Blue Fund grants to support five major health-based projects,
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead For 31 years, Bethesda House has served as a cornerstone for helping the homeless and
“Cara” means friend in Gaelic. In 2018, Bethesda House conceptualized a new permanent supportive housing building to incorporate this sacred relationship in support of our mission to provide compassionate care and dignity to all. For 31 years, Bethesda House has
Please join us in welcoming Bethesda House to our network of monthly collaborators on Your Schenectady. Since 1992 Bethesda House of Schenectady has served as an interfaith ministry to the homeless, disables and economically disadvantaged citizens of Schenectady County. We