Bethany Haven leads the community’s effort to provide a safe emergency shelter for those experiencing homelessness and a pathway to independent living for men, women and children. We do this with compassion while treating people with dignity.
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Welcome to Bethany Haven!
Bethany Haven is the parent organization for four programs which serve the homeless in Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky. Christy’s Place is our transitional shelter for homeless women (with or without children), Harbour House Inn is our transitional shelter for men, and Room in the Inn is our emergency overnight shelter for men, women and children.
Our newest program is Street Outreach-reaching out, engaging and providing much needed services to those who are homeless and living unsheltered.
At Bethany Haven, we give people the opportunity to get back on their feet; if someone is worried about where they will sleep for the night or what they will eat for the day, they are unable to look past those immediate needs. We provide food and shelter, so our residents are able to look beyond the immediate and begin to consider how they might work for a better future for themselves and their families.
Christy’s Place has 6 private bedrooms, 3 shared bathrooms, a shared kitchen, a shared living room and playroom and a resource center.
Harbour House Inn
Harbour House Inn has 3 shared bedrooms, along with 2 shared bathrooms, a shared kitchen and dining room, a shared living room and a resource center.
Room in the Inn
Emergency overnight shelter for men, women and children. Our guests spend the night at one of the faithful churches.
Bethany Haven presents the 2nd Annual Sunday Sessions Concert Series!
This year’s concerts will feature Paul Childers Band, The Foreign Landers, The Arcadian Wild, and Amy Lou. The concerts will be held at The Chapel at Spalding Hall. Social hour will begin at 4:00 pm with the concerts beginning at 5:00 pm. Click on the link for a preview of the talented musicians we have lined up!
- March 19th – Paul Childers Band
- May 21st – The Foreign Landers
- July 23 – The Arcadian Wild
- September 24th – Amy Lou
How You Can Help
From donations to volunteering, there are many ways you can help Bethany Haven.
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Our Vision Statement
Through its programs, leadership, and advocacy, supported by the power and presence of God’s love, Bethany Haven will end homelessness in Nelson County and serve as a model for other communities to do the same.
Our Equity Statement
It is the policy of Bethany Haven, Inc. not to discriminate against any qualified applicant because of race, religion, color, creed, familial status, national origin, sexual orientations, sex, age (with the exception of minors, who must be accompanied by an adult, aged 18 or older), or because he/she is a qualified individual with a disability, a disabled veteran, a newly separated veteran, a campaign veteran, or an armed forces service medal veteran (i.e. qualified protected veteran). We practice systematic fair treatment of all people, resulting in equitable opportunities and outcomes for all.
- Kentucky Housing Corporation
- Volunteers of America
- Central Kentucky Community Foundation
- Homeless and Housing Coalition of Kentucky
- The City of Bardstown
- Nelson County Fiscal Court
- The Bardstown Police and Sheriffs Departments
- The Ministerial Association of Nelson County
- Lincoln National Bank Bardstown
- Wilson & Muir Bank
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Treasure Davidson, Executive Director
Mikal Castleman, Program Director