Please note: Volunteers and other visitors are not permitted on Bethel’s campus until further notice. We have taken this step to limit our children’s exposure to COVID-19, as well as the flu and flu-like illnesses circulating through our community. Read More on what Bethel is doing to protect our children during this pandemic. Thank you for understanding and for your willingness to serve.See information about campus deliveries and drop-offs here. Find out about Thrift store adjusted hours here.
Sheltering in Place at Bethel
A special look at what life has been like for Bethel’s kids as we sheltered in place.
See the Impact of Bethel’s Heroes for Hope
How We Help
Bethel Bible Village provides healing and hope for at-risk youth overcoming trauma and crisis.
We offer full-time Residential Care in cottages on our Hixson campus.
Students in grades 6-12 attend Bethel Christian Academy, accredited by Cognia. Our staff uses trauma-informed care to help youth overcome emotional and behavioral issues that stand in the way of their academic success.
Bethel also offers Transitional Housing for 18-23 year olds who are pursuing college or a certificate program and need affordable rent and help with adulting skills.
Our programs for youth include:
- Individual and group counseling
- Social work services
- Equine and pet therapy
- Christian spiritual guidance
Bethel alum Allen Green explains how Bethel helped him overcome crisis.
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WRCB-TV Highlights Truist Gift to Bethel
Bethel Bible Village recently received funding from Truist Financial Corporation as part of its Lighthouse Project program. The funds were used to replace 13 major household appliances. The appliances include four washers, four dryers, two refrigerators, a wall oven and a gas range. These are used daily in the residential cottages that house youth overcoming…Read More >
Talking to kids about distressing news events
7 Tips for Parents Recent events in the news have been difficult for many of us to process. The images and video can be disturbing even for adults, but what about our children? We’re seeing children who feel confused, overwhelmed, sad, frightened and even angry. And they may have no idea how to express to…Read More >
The Empty Chair at the Holidays
Holiday gatherings are a prime time for family relationship issues to boil to the surface. A new spouse, blended family or loss of a loved one can add extra stress. But planning ahead with these tips can make things easier on everyone.Read More >
Laney’s Story: Making the World a Kinder Place
Laney faced a lot of meanness in her young life. She shut down and went into a shell, which caused issues at home and at school. Today, her life has been transformed and she is on a mission to make the world a kinder place.Read More >