Everyone needs a place to call “home” and sense of belonging. That’s why we provide a range of community living options for people with disabilities, including shared living arrangements, as well as small group home options.
Designed to support people with disabilities that live in their own home or apartment, Supported Living Services provide a flexible option for in-home support. People choose the amount and type of support that is right for them—no more, no less.
Bethesda’s Career Connections program offer opportunities for people with disabilities to work in fulfilling, long-term, integrated employment, with hands-on job matching, development and coaching.
We encourage the people we support to become active members of their communities, pursue their passions and have fulfilling life experiences through community engagement programs and day programs.
Church congregations are for people of all abilities, so we work with church leaders and religious organizations to promote the importance of spiritual support for people with disabilities as an integrated part of the church community.
We work closely with congregations to help them welcome and include people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in everyday church activities.
This unique certificate program is designed to help people with disabilities realize the college experience, gaining life skills and independence while getting an education.