Morning Manna/Soup Kitchen- The Morning Manna was the first program that was conceived by Bishop Brooks. It is an outreach of the Beulah Heights Church to the “unchurched” who have never had an experience with traditional religious experience. The Morning-Manna is now the name given to the soup kitchen. A person's body and spirit must both be fed in order to function at his or her peak.  A nutritious meal can help keep the body healthy and aid in the healing process.  Words of faith, encouragement and wisdom can lift a person's spirit and give them a brand new outlook on life. The Morning Manna is non- traditional faith- based, religious experience offered to the homeless, ex-offender and those dealing with substance abuse. It is a place where hope, faith, love is found and nurtured to give the worshippers hope in a hopeless situation. Beginning October 1, 2013, hot breakfast will be served on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 8:15am - 8:45am. Lunch will is served on Saturdays during the summer at 11:30am - 12:00pm and in the winter from 12:00pm - 1:00pm. Transportation is offered by calling 475-238-8270 by Friday at 12:00 p.m. 

Winter Café and Summer Academy- The Winter Academy and Summer Café are year round programs that are offered during the season. This component give the homeless, ex-offender, the re-entry population and those with substance abuse find the resources, referrals, education, support and encouragement needed to be a successful productive member of society. The Winter Café runs from October to April, from 7:00 to 1:00 each Saturday. The Summer Academy operates from May to August with two six week sessions. It begins at 7:30 and goes until 12:00. Breakfast and lunch are offered each Saturday. Transportation is available to and from the program. Bus passes and tokens are available during the Winter Café only. A case manager, clinician and instructors are available to meet and design individualize work plan that outline the goals and objectives of the client. Course offering are available by calling the office and can be found on line for each session.

Families-for-Freedom- Is a new component of BHSIP that supports and works in collaboration with juveniles and their families referred by Parole. Our goal is to provide successful second chance reentry into the community, develop, stabilize and strengthen relationships.

Supportive Housing- The supportive housing will be a joint venture between Beulah Heights Social Integration Program, Beulah Heights Church, Beulah Land Development Corporation and Columbus House. It is our goal to provide permanent supportive housing to homeless individual and families. Providing a support system that will enable the client to have their basic needs met. We are committed to ending homelessness in the City of New Haven by offering services and safety to people that are struggling with mental , chemical and financial issue that have been life changing. We are not only providing housing we are providing support spirituality and stability one individual and family at a time.

Faithfully Fit- Is a component of the Beulah Heights Food and Health Disparity Group.  Our goal to see that each SIP that supports and works in collaboration with juveniles and their families referred by Parole. Our goal is to provide successful reentry into the community, develop, stabilize and strengthen relationships.  The program offers 3 lessons that deal with food and nutritional followed by 12 weeks of exercise sessions on Thursday from 6:00pm to 7:00pm.

Next 3 week series takes place on 10/9, 10/16 and 10/23, click here for more information.  


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