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 here on what Bethel is doing to protect our children during this pandemic. Thank you for understanding and for your willingness to serve.
Sheltering in Place at Bethel
A special look at what life has been like for Bethel’s kids as we sheltered in place.
Bethel Bible Village provides healing and hope for children and families in crisis.
How We Help
Bethel serves children and families in crisis according to their specific needs. We offer full-time residential care in cottages on our Hixson campus, transitional housing for those 18+, as well as help for families who are struggling with relationship problems.
Our programs for youth include:
- Individual and group counseling
- Social work services
- Equine and pet therapy
- Christian spiritual guidance
- Accredited campus school Bethel Christian Academy
Bethel alum Allen Green explains how Bethel helped him overcome crisis.
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Helping Kids Through Trauma
How are kids reacting to COVID-19 and the traumatic events of 2020? Many seem fine at first but begin to act out over time. Tips for parents on the signs of childhood trauma and ways they can help their children cope.Read More >
Finding Your Zone of Regulation
Family time is a gift, but in an extended time of quarantine together, things can get a bit stressful. Tempers can flare! And often, you or your children may not even realize what triggered an emotional response to begin with. Here at Bethel Christian Academy, we use a color-coded chart so students can figure…Read More >
5 Reasons You Must Build a Blanket Fort
Not every family can perfect a dance challenge. But anyone can build a blanket fort. During these anxious days, it’s a way to create a safe, secure space and build relationships.Read More >
How to talk to kids about the coronavirus
COVID-19 is scary enough, but imagine it from a child’s point of view. Here are 3 tips for parents to help calm children’s fears, make sure they understand what is true (and not true )about the virus, and even a fun experiment to explain why you need to stop touching your face.Read More >