Davison makes financial contribution to Bethlehem Haven

For more than 20 years, Bethlehem Haven has provided emergency overnight shelter and residential recovery programs for homeless women and leads a collaborative community effort to reduce homelessness among both men and women in the greater Pittsburgh area by addressing their medical, psychiatric, educational, legal, and social needs.

Bethlehem Haven provides shelter for homeless women through three residential programs. There are 28 beds in the emergency overnight program, which is open to any homeless women who come to their door. STAR, Striving Toward Authentic Recovery, has 10 beds for women in the early stages of recovery from substance abuse. Lastly, Step Up is a transitional housing program with 10 beds. Shelter, meals, and other supportive services are offered to women in all three programs.

Davison is happy to have been able to make a financial contribution to such a valuable and compassionate organization. We are united with our friends at Bethlehem Haven in the fight to end homelessness.