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Make a Donation to BHNV

Bethany House accepts donations of NEW items such as UNOPENED full-size toiletries and other new hygiene products, cleaning supplies, kitchen wares, blankets, and many other unused items. Please see below for our most updated "Needs List." 

Joseph's Coat Resale Shop is no longer accepting donations. Thank you for your generous support of our thrift store.  We are grateful for the donations we have received and the friends we have made. 

What We Need Right Now:

  • Paper Towels
  • Full-size Kitchen Trash Bags
  • Comforter Sets and Pillows
  • Feminine Items (Pads and Pantyliners) 
  • Unopened Dishwashing Detergent and Dishwashing Soap
  • Unopened High Efficiency (HE) Laundry Detergent
  • Pot + Pan Sets (new)
  • Mops/Brooms (new)

 

 

 

OUR SERVICES

Bethany House of Northern Virginia, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit, faith-based organization established to help women and their children who have suffered from domestic violence regain health and dignity and become re-established in their community by providing temporary housing and support. 

BHNV provides the following levels of care through our Family Assistance Program: 

Crisis Intervention

  • Immediate help, counsel and support to victims of domestic and family violence
  • Risk assessment and safety planning
  • Access to BHNV shelters or other housing providers
  • Referrals to food, clothing, medical, legal and other resources as requested by the caller
  • Call our Helpline at 703-658-9500

Emergency Shelter

  • Safe, confidential shelter for four months
  • Serves homeless women and children affected by domestic and family violence
  • Client-written Individual Service Plan with short- and long-term goals
  • Supportive case management to prevent revolving-door admissions
  • Life skills program that includes classes in parenting, nutrition, budgeting, self-care, working with the legal system, and more
  • Job training program with individualized support

Trauma Recovery

  • Individual and group counseling to help clients process trauma and work through issues that may arise during recovery
  • Promote self-sufficiency and a healthy family system  

Aftercare Program  

  • Opt-in program for up to 2 years
  • Designed to prevent relapse into abuse  

Community Outreach  

  • Interaction with public safety officials, community and religious groups, human service providers, and individuals
  • Education about domestic violence and appropriate responses to victims of abuse
  • Information on local resources