What has always made BCHS unique in its field is our primary focus on creating a sense of community for all of the formerly homeless residents who come to us, as a way to promote socialization skills, reduce isolation, and foster maximum well-being and independence.

BCHS’ robust range of educational and recreational activities, often with a clinical component, help achieve these goals.

Most of BCHS’ activities rely on the talent and commitment of community volunteers to help them reach as many residents as possible. Note: Due to COVID-19, in-person volunteer opportunities have been limited. For remote volunteer options please contact our Development Department.

BCHS is building our Board of Directors and looking to recruit new members with finance, marketing, and/or human resources experience. If you are interested, please review our board member job description and send your resume to Emma Williams, Chief Development Officer, at emmaw@bchands.org.

Art Therapy Program Participants

Staff, Board and Volunteers Gardening Together

GLAM4Good Beauty Day at Arbor Inn