Bethesda House, the only domestic abuse program in Covington County, Alabama, provides a safe environment for women and children who are escaping intimate partner violence.
We empower families and individuals by providing our residents with the tools needed to engage and preserve healthy, non-abusive interpersonal relationships through intervention, prevention, and education as we aspire to end violence in our community.
As Bethesda House is facing many challenges in the years to come, we are looking for community leaders to assist in helping us to strategically plan how we will meet these challenges so we can best meet the needs of those who are referred.
Below is a short survey which will allow you to share anonymously your thoughts, concerns, and vision for this much needed Covington County program.
The need for the services of Bethesda House in Covington County is significant. Help us as we strategically plan to meet the challenges in the next five years by responding to the following survey.