About All About the Bethlehem House

What is The Bethlehem House?

The Bethlehem House’s mission to provide, in a compassionate environment, the services that will assist and support those individuals adversely affected by substance abuse, HIV, and other related psychosocial issues.

The Bethlehem House is located at 130 E. 30th Street in Indianapolis, Indiana in the Mapleton-Fall Creek Community Development Corporation building.

We are an Indianapolis based 501c3 not-for-profit agency that serves individuals who are adversely affected by substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, homelessness, and an impoverished life.

All services are free to individuals who qualify and are possible through local and federal grants, donations, and private foundation funds.

The Bethlehem House is home to two programs: HIV/AIDS Support Services and Substance Abuse Support Services. Both services provide support such as transportation, advocacy, and referrals to ensure that individuals receive appropriate and effective services to meet their daily needs.

There are seven weekly support groups, individual counseling, nutritious lunches, and other services that assist with medical and mental health issues as well as supportive housing needs.

What The Bethlehem House Offers to Those in Need:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Support Groups: Relapse Prevention, Women & Men Discussion Group, Living Skills, Open Discussion Group
  • Vocational Information
  • Advocacy
  • General Support
  • Love and Compassion

Mission Statement

To provide, in a compassionate environment, the services that will assist and support those individuals adversely affected by substance abuse, HIV, and other related psychosocial issues.

Vision Statement

To continue to develop ways and means to improve and/or expand our services and facilities in order to further inspire those individuals whose lives have been ravaged by the impacts and effects of substance abuse.