Trinity House-Big Bethel (THBB) is a 36 bed transitional housing program for men who experience homelessness and are suffering from substance abuse. These men are committed to changing their lives for the better through acquiring stable employment and permanent housing and rejoining their families and loved ones. While in the program, participants are required to give back to the community through community service.
The program is designed to assist residents in breaking the cycle of homelessness and addiction. Trinity House – Big Bethel’s services do not discriminate or exclude on basis of race, color, creed, sex, age, national origin, disabilities, sexual orientation, marital status, familial status, or ancestry
Helping homeless men reclaim their lives and return to their families and communities as mentors and leaders.
Help attain a future based on peace and justice, which would eliminate violence, racism, and poverty in order to establish what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called the “Beloved Community.” The staff, clients, and volunteers working in our programs are actively working to eliminate poverty, build community, and foster peace through nonviolent social change.
Each year, this program successfully prepares formerly homeless men to become self-sustaining members of society.
With the support of our staff, volunteers, and collaborative partners, the Trinity House-Big Bethel program empowers homeless men, many of them veterans complete a transformational process, giving them a place to call home, feel safe, recover and ultimately rejoin the community.