Bethesda in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, we offer residential community-based homes for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In addition, we offer supported living options to people in their own homes.

Bethesda provides a variety of intermittent support services in Wisconsin, including community life supports and day programming along the I-94 corridor between Milwaukee and Madison, and integrated employment services in the north woods of Rhinelander. Bethesda also offers short-term care and respite options for people we support and their guardians.

People with developmental disabilities looking for educational supports can live the college experience and pursue a higher education at Bethesda College, made possible through our partnership with Concordia University of Wisconsin (CUW).

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 camps, thrift shops or for our community-based programs, starting a disability ministry, or becoming an advocate for the people with disabilities. You can help Bethesda change lives and connect communities in Wisconsin.

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