What is Transitional Housing?
Transitional Housing provided by our organization offers a staged approach to assist and support client residents in making a successful transition from their current situation to having a safe and stable home. More »
History of Bethlehem Place
Bethlehem Place originated from the efforts of those concerned about issues of homelessness in the Niagara Region. Since 1988 we have provided affordable housing and services to support the personal growth of individuals and families. Read More About Our History »
About Our Residents
Bethlehem Place is a one year transitional housing program open to men, women and their children with a focus on families who are homeless due to issues with poverty, physical disability, mental health, domestic violence and family breakdown.
During their stay residents are given support through individual meetings with a support worker, support groups and a wide range of life skills workshops.
Some examples of support groups provided are: life skills, co-dependency, healthy relationships, women’s group, and advocacy. After residents move out, they are guided towards ongoing support programs available in the Niagara Region.
58 Welland Avenue,
1 - 1 Bedroom
21 - 2 Bedrooms
4 - 3 Bedrooms
Accessible Units (1)
For 1 or 2 people
Approximately 65 residents
Agency Referral Form
Many continue with supports through our outreach programs while transitioning to the next stage which helps to ensure housing retention, a stable safe environment and connection to resources and services.
On average, 95% of Bethlehem’s transitional housing residents remain securely housed one year after receiving supportive housing.
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