Beth-Hark Christian Counseling Center, Inc.

Beth-Hark Christian Counseling Center, Inc.
Address
2-26 East 120th Street
New York
NY
10035
Phone Number
(212) 860-1523
Director, Manager or CEO
Rev. Dr. Joan M. Williams
Mission Statement
o “Offer Help, Healing and Hope” to the whole person. We are committed to empowering those whom we serve, through education and information-sharing, the provision of pastoral care, casework services, food assistance and advocacy services to make the changes necessary to better their individual family’s life circumstances, as well as providing them with tangible tools with which effectuate change.
Community members served per month
Approximately 2000
Volunteers per month
10
Number of staff/employees
4
Annual Budget
$368,708
Year Started
1985
Major Funders
Bethel Gospel Assembly, Inc., City Harvest, The Food Bank of New York City, the New York City Council Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP), NYC Human Resources Administration Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP), Federal Emergency Management Agency Hunger Prevention Nutrition Assistance Program (HPNAP), United Way, The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)
Latest Projects
If 1000 people gave only $30, we could provide more than 15,000 meals through our new mobile pantry service. For 30 years, Beth-Hark has been on the front lines of food justice providing services through their soup kitchen and pantry. This year, we are increasing impact and expanding access as we launch More Than A Meal, a mobile pantry and online delivery service in the Fall.
Interesting Fact
Every Tuesday, BHCCC is able to distribute grocery packages to needy families. Our Client Choice pantry model provides members of our pantry program with the chance to choose the nutritious foods they need for their families. This model empowers clients to be active participants in the distribution process. The volunteer-prepared food bags provide each family member with three meals for three days.
Areas Served
Manhattan, Citywide
Core Programs
Food Pantry, Community Outreach, Counseling, Soup Kitchen
Major Issues
Food Pantry, Health Disparities (Racial, Economic, Socioeconomic), Mental Health Counseling, Soup kitchen
Hours of Operation
Monday; 9 am – 6 pm Tuesday; 9 am – 6 pm Wednesday; 9 am – 9 pm Thursday; 9 am – 6 pm Friday; 9 am – 5 pm Saturday; 10 am – 4 pm By Appointment Only
Non-profit?
Nonprofit
Frequently used hashtags
#pantry#emergencyfood
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