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Now located in Rockville, MD, this transitional housing program serves men over the age of 18 living in Montgomery County who struggle with chronic mental illness. The program focuses on finding permanent housing, securing an income and managing mental health, addiction, legal or health issues.
Bethesda House serves adult men suffering with chronic mental illness by meeting 24-hour housing needs and offering case management services helping to secure permanent disability income for residents.
Intake: Enrollment in Bethesda House is made through referrals only by a case manager, social worker, psychiatrist, nurse or substance abuse counselor. All applicants must be male, 18 years of age or older living in Montgomery County, and must be struggling with chronic mental illness. For intake, please call (301) 907-9597.
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Donate: We depend on the support of the community in our work to help formerly homeless men complete the transition to independent living. You can give directly to Bethesda House here: Make a donation directly to Bethesda House.
Volunteer: Ever wanted to be a chef? Sign up with Bethesda House's Dinner Provider Program to provide a meal for 17 grateful souls once a month. Call us today to learn more about how you can help or visit Catholic Charities' volunteer homepage.
Organize: Consider organizing a clothing or food donation to benefit Bethesda House at your parish or church, workplace or social group! Call today to find out what items we need. Thank you!