Bethesda in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, we offer residential community-based homes for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In addition, we offer supported living options to people in their own homes.

Bethesda provides a variety of intermittent support services in Wisconsin, including community life supports and day programming along the I-94 corridor between Milwaukee and Madison, and integrated employment services in the north woods of Rhinelander. Bethesda also offers short-term care and respite options for people we support and their guardians.

People with developmental disabilities looking for educational supports can live the college experience and pursue a higher education at Bethesda College, made possible through our partnership with Concordia University of Wisconsin (CUW).

As one of Bethesda’s three camps, Camp Matz in Watertown, Wisconsin, welcomes hundreds of adults with developmental disabilities to camp every summer for fun, faith and Christian fellowship.

How can I get involved?

You can get involved or give a gift that helps us fulfill our mission—whether it’s volunteering at our camps, thrift shops or for our community-based programs, starting a disability ministry, or becoming an advocate for the people with disabilities. You can help Bethesda change lives and connect communities in Wisconsin.

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