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For over 30 years Bethesda Cares has worked to raise the level of care for individuals experiencing homelessness throughout Montgomery County.


Click here to find out how you can help us make homelessness a distant memory.


We can’t do this without you. Join us today and help us support our most vulnerable neighbors.


What We Do

We don’t wait for our population of individuals experiencing homelessness to come to us; we go out to them where they are. By meeting them where they live our outreach workers are able to develop meaningful relationships with their clients so we can help them find a home.

Supporting Housing

Our goal is not to manage homelessness, but to end it. Our hope for every one of our clients experiencing homelessness is to place them into permanent supportive housing, where they will have a home to call their own forever. Our staff work with these individuals to help them obtain housing subsidies, and move into housing units they can call their own.


Once a client experiencing homelessness agrees to accept housing, we work with them to ease the transition back into normal society, through our Critical Time Intervention Program. Our CTI staff work individually with these clients to help them move into their housing, and stay in touch with them over the course of the first year of their housing.

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Our dedicated volunteers are essential to our ability to provide our clients with a wide array of services. We would love to have you join us; there are lots of ways you can help.

In 2022, Bethesda Cares



persons per month on average across all programs with professional case management, hot meals, and direct care services



supportive case management visits to persons living in permanent housing



percentage housing retention rate for all persons enrolled in our supportive housing programs



unique individuals experiencing chronic homelessness through outreach visits

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