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The Bethany Hope Centre exists to improve the well-being of pregnant youth and young-parent families

Are you pregnant or a young parent (29& under)? Reach out for support:

Text: 613-917-8605

Call: 613-725-1733


Check out our program calendar!

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Looking to get involved?

 We are currently looking for like-minded partners, volunteers, and donors.

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Interested in Facility Rental?

Check out our spaces, rates, and availability.

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Become a donor

“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to make a ripple”

                  -Mother Teresa

Anyone who comes to The Salvation Army Bethany Hope Centre will receive assistance based solely on their need and our capacity to help, regardless of race, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, or religion.

In the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation, The Salvation Army Bethany Hope Centre acknowledges that the land on which we promote change, compassion and community, is the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg People.

2023 Year in Review!

Thank you for your continued support!  We could not provide supports and services to young-parent families in Ottawa without the support of our amazing community. We appreciate YOU!

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Dads Matter Podcast!

Listen to the Salvationist Podcast below to learn more about our Dads Matter program and the impact it has.

Videos of Interest

Interested in Education?

Participants of BHC can enroll in The Learning Coach Program and work towards earning their high school diploma, get help with college applications, and more.

Brain Story’s Real-Life Impact

 In her time as Infant and Child Development Worker, Rachel Day applied the Brain Story to teach parents about the science of brain development.