Bethel Institute for Social Justice provides direct program services for youth and their families, plus program space and capacity-building services for partnering nonprofits. Services which the organization currently provides include:
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The Fatherhood Program was founded in 1989 as a partnership of Bethel AME Church, West Roxbury District Court, the Massachusetts Department of Probation and Generation Excel Youth development program. Its mission is “to provide parental training and education for court-involved low-income urban men ages 18-50.” Over the course of a culturally competent 12-week program, participants engage in workshops on first aid training, childcare management, domestic violence awareness, child support, pediat
Massachusetts –Access to Recovery (MA-ATR) is a Federally-funded program designed to give people with substance use disorders wider access to community services to help them start or continue on the road to recovery. MA-ATR provides services that support entry into the recovery community and provide recovery support services to strengthen and enhance any clinical treatment services a person has or is receiving.