The Salvation Army Bethany Home is a transitional residence for teenage girls 13-18 years of age.  Many of the residents are at risk in their own homes or in the community; they may be experiencing issues surrounding addictions, abuse, difficulty in school, and/or illegal activities.

The Salvation Army Bethany Home is a transitional residence for teenage girls 13-18 years of age.  Many of the residents are at risk in their own homes or in the community; they may be experiencing issues surrounding addictions, abuse, difficulty in school, and/or illegal activities.  They are normally expected to stay for three or four months while a worker creates a plan for residents to return home or move on to a long-term program in the community.  The Home provides the opportunity to learn life skills in a structured environment such as cooking, planning healthy meals, laundry and personal hygiene.  It also provides the opportunity to learn to make healthy choices and how to deal with conflict and crisis situations.

In Lieu of a small personal token to recognize the speakers at our weekly meetings, the Rotary Club of Saskatoon makes an annual donation to support the Bethany Home on their behalf.