Bethesda in Michigan
In Michigan, we offer residential homes to people with developmental disabilities in three communities across the state. In addition, we offer flexible supported-living options including intermittent supports and personalized support in the homes of people with developmental disabilities. We work with each person to determine the level of support that best fits their unique desires and situation.
After more than three decades of service, the people we support have developed deep connections in their communities. As a result, they lead active lives, including church involvement and visits to the library, shopping, concerts and festivals. Many of the people we support enjoy visits to the Bethesda Thrift Shop in Saginaw, where they shop and donate.
How can I get involved?
You can get involved or give a gift that helps us fulfill our mission—whether it’s volunteering at our thrift shops or for our community-based programs, starting a disability ministry, or becoming an advocate for people with disabilities. You can help Bethesda change lives and connect communities in Michigan.