Bethany Crisis Shelter Will Have a New $3M Facility
The Bethany Crisis Shelter in Morgan Park will soon have a new home to better serve children and their parents during times of need. The project will replace the current Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota facility for short-term, emergency housing for youth undergoing times of crisis and trauma.
“I think kids do better when they’re in an environment that communicates that they’re cared for and loved,” said Duncan Gregory, program director at Bethany. “Nothing says love like a new facility, a new couch, a new pool table. Some of these kids may never have experienced that and we’re providing that for them.”