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Beth-El Center and United Way of Milford Host Candidate Information Session

On Thursday September 6th, 2018, local candidates for office took part in a Candidate Information Session at the United Way and the Beth-El Center in Milford entitled, "From Entry to Exit: How the Greater New Haven Coordinated Access Network is Ending Homelessness". [ more ]


Boscov's Gala Preview for a Great Cause

Beth-El Center, Inc. is selling tickets to the Boscov's Gala Preview for a Great Cause where ticket purchasers will have a full day to preview the beautiful new Boscov's at the Connecticut Post Mall on Thursday, October 4th 2018 from 10am to 9pm.

Tickets are $5.00 each and include entry for an exclusive first look at the store, shop for grand opening specials, enjoy refreshments and entertainment and receive a free gift! Beth-El Center, Inc. received 100% of the funds raised from ticket sales.

Stop by or call Beth-El Center to purchase your ticket!


Beth-El Center Spring 2018 Newsletter

Beth-El Client Story: Veteran Faces Personal Loss, Illness and Homelessness Head On

Check out our Spring newsletter to read about one of our recent shelter residents who overcame homelessness, a recap of our Spring Gala (with photos), Center personnel news, a note from our new Executive Director and much more. [ more ]


New Staff Members Join Beth-El Center

We are very excited to welcome the following new employees to our team! Their collective and individual experience and backgrounds are great assets as we continue to work on the goal of ending homelessness and hunger. [ more ]


Call 2-1-1 if You're in Need of Housing and Shelter

Anyone seeking emergency shelter and housing should dial 2-1-1, Select option 3 then option 1. [ more ]


Beth-El Center Winter 2018 Newsletter

Beth-El Client Story:  A Homeless Veteran Restarts Her Life

In our Winter newsletter issue, we're proud to tell you about some recent successes in our housing outcomes and in our clients' lives. Learn about compassionate members of our community, including local elementary students, who are doing meaningful things to help our residents and soup kitchen patrons. [ more ]





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