People We Serve

Bethlehem Housing and Support Services assists people of low to moderate incomes including victims of abuse and people facing issues of homelessness and family breakdown. 

Serving Niagara Men, Women & Children

Bethlehem has been turning lives around for almost 30 years. 

We are the only organization in Niagara offering supportive transitional and permanent housing for 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. 

Since 1988, we have helped more than 2,000 families stabilize their lives by providing housing and support services to help them break the cycle and gain the confidence, skills and health to remain securely housed. 

Sam's Story

Stories From People We've Helped

Marilyn's Journey to Stable Housing

Dec 5th, 2017

Marilyn’s journey to stable housing began when she was 65 years old. After more than three decades of being consumed in an unhealthy lifestyle, she found herself homeless for the very first time.

Valerie's Story

Nov 24th, 2016

After leaving home at 15, Valerie landed in an abusive marriage with two children. Soon, she was homeless, addicted to alcohol and living on the streets of St. Catharines.

Diane's Story

Oct 19th, 2016

For 33 of my 48 years, I was an active alcoholic and addict. I struggled with the “disease” of addictions. This was the end result of a childhood filled with abuse, violence and fear.

Keith's Story

Oct 19th, 2016

Keith has been suffering from diabetes since the age of seven. It wasn’t until he was in his thirties that the disease showed more serious side-effects affecting his eyesight with more serious complications to come.


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