Who we are

BHPC provides safe spaces for youth to consult, discuss and explore options for their lives through counseling, mentorship, and coaching. Staff and volunteers ensure that an environment that is fun filled but aimed at empowerment is created for the youth through symposia, arts and drama, film shows, and group activities that promote socialization encourage team building, and enable self-expression.

Our Vision

Bethel House Peace Center (BHPC) started operations in 2020 and was registered as a Canadian non-profit organization in September 2022 to engage, educate, empower, uplift, and inspire youth between the ages of 13-24. BHPC is community resource center for youth from the ages of 13-24. The organization also helps with new immigrants’ settlement issues for youth.

Our Mission

The Mission is to promote positive mental health development amongst youth in Durham, Ontario Region, and prepare them to make a positive impact in their society. BHPC helps young
immigrants and youth develop confidence and character through mentorship, skills workshops, leadership and physical activities, dramatic arts, and community outreach initiatives. Through these activities, they also learn about self-love, social justice, black history, diversity, culture, and the importance of community involvement.

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Join us for a better life and beautiful future

The Milieu in which a person lives has a great impact on shaping whom they become. The physical environment, family, school, society, and culture with their constituent elements play a role in the development of every human being.