Community Partners

posted by Bethel Local Outreach | Mar 4, 2019

Bethel Local Outreach partners with a variety of agencies, organizations and ministries in our community and region who focus on community services related to the poor, needy, vulnerable and/or the disadvantaged.  Our aim is to support and partner with agencies that are meeting a specific need that is largely not being met by others in our community and region.  We choose agencies, organizations and ministries that are aligned with Bethel's vision and values, and whose mission supports Bethel Local Outreach principles.  Support is given in a variety of ways, but mainly through volunteers, Board members, financial assistance, and help with ongoing needs.  It's an honor and a privilege to partner together to make our community and region a better place for all to live, work, worship and raise families.  

The following agencies, organizations, and ministries (listed in alphabetical order) partner in some ongoing capacity with Bethel Local Outreach.  If you are interested in learning more general information or about how to serve at a specific agency, organization or ministry, contact information is listed below: 

Boys and Girls Club of Benton-Franklin Counties (empowering young people to reach their full potential via neighborhood clubs)
Phone: 509-543-9980

Chaplaincy Healthcare (hospice care, chaplains, grief support and counseling, end-of-life care) 
Phone: 509.783.7416 

Child Evangelism Fellowship (after school bible clubs in local elementary schools) 
Phone: 509.946.4957

Grace Kitchen (job training, mentoring and discipleship for women in poverty) 
Phone: 509.380.0991

Communities in Schools (assists low-income and at-risk students in local schools) 
Phone: 509.967.6042

Emmaus Counseling Center (christian counseling agency)
Phone: 509.946.1430 

Family Learning Center (after school tutoring, ESL, and care for refugee families)  
Website: None
Phone: 509.491.1226

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (middle and high school outreach to students, mainly athletes) 
Phone: 509.542.7661

Forge Youth Mentoring (long term mentoring and help for at-risk youth)  
Phone: 509.438.1918

Gather4Him (accredited 2-year christian college) 
Phone: 509.420.4545

Grace Clinic (free medical clinic for those without insurance) 
Phone: 509.735.2300

Habitat for Humanity (low income sustainable housing) 
Phone: 509.943.1330

Impact Compassion Center (multiple programs that care for low income and needy families) 
Phone: 509.851.1720

Meals on Wheels (weekly food distribution and interactions with homebound, mainly elderly)
Phone: 509.735.1911

Mirror Ministries (support and services for survivors of sex trafficking) 
Phone: 509.783.5730

Rebuilding Mid-Columbia (helps low income families with home repairs, wheelchair ramps, etc) 
Phone:  509.420.4854

Ronald McDonald House (housing, food and care for families whose children face long-term hospitalization)  
Phone: 509. 624.0500

Second Harvest (food distribution center for local food banks and agencies that serve low-income families) 
Phone: 509.545.0787

Soul Soup (provides three hot meals a week to the homeless, elderly, etc.)
Phone: 509.947.2923

The ARC of Tri-Cities (provides long-term programs and services to people with special needs and their families)
Phone: 509.783.1131

Union Gospel Mission (shelters for homeless men, women, and children; long-term sustainability programs) 
Phone: 509.547.2112

World Relief (long term care and resettlement for refugees and their families)
Phone: 509.734.5477

You Medical (pro-life; care for women/men facing unplanned pregnancies; post-abortive services) 
Phone: 509.491.1101

Young Life (high school evangelistic outreach ministry) 
Phone: 509.735.7513

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