content_top
content_middle

Conceived in 1994 as a response to the growing problem of family homelessness, Bethany Hill Place has a dual focus on basic needs (affordable housing) and education. Our goal is to enable residents to attain greater self-sufficiency and independence within the context of each individual’s ability.  We require involvement in education and/or training as a condition of residency. Our small staff offers meaningful in-house programming and support to enable residents to meet this requirement.

Our Housing

Bethany Hill Place is located in South Framingham, Massachusetts on a campus owned by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston.  We are an affordable, educational housing development of 41 units in a mix of studio, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments for families and individuals in a beautiful, pastoral setting complete with parking, playground, and community gardens.

Amenities & Features

  • On-site outdoor parking 


  • Common laundry facility on-site 

  • Community room 
  • Computer center
  • Playroom 


  • On-site management office 


  • Some wheelchair-accessible units 


  • Playground 


  • Basketball court
  • Community gardens

Rent levels vary depending upon the household income. Eligibility restrictions apply. For more information, or to request an application, please contact:

 

Lisa Fritts, Property Manager
89 Bethany Road

Framingham, MA 01702 

Phone 508-875-1117
Fax 508-875-2288
TDD# dial 711

Our Team

We are a small staff, but a large community.   We work with over 74 volunteers and collaborate with many educational institutions and nonprofit organizations throughout MetroWest. We partner with South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC) as the administrator of many of our housing subsidies and of the New Beginnings program. Our Property Management is provided by Maloney Properties.

Our Programs

The success of the Bethany Hill Place model is our focus on work skills as well as foundational and life skills.  Our goal is to enable residents to attain greater self sufficiency and independence within the context of each individual’s ability.  We require involvement in education and/or training as a condition of residency.  Our small staff offers meaningful in-house programming and support to enable residents to meet this requirement.

Bethany Hill Place (BHP) forges a partnership with each resident, by asking each to work with staff to explore, set and work toward individualized educational goals.

Empowerment, responsibility and community are guiding values in building a better life for oneself and one’s family.  We offer:

  • Workshops on life skills, financial literacy, wellness and job preparation
  • The Parent Café – a forum for parenting support & education
  • Individual college & career counseling
  • Tutoring on GED, ESOL, & basic skills
  • Scholarship program
  • Computer instruction and open access in on-site computer lab
  • Community garden
  • Youth programs (summer camp, Read to Daisy the Dog, Awesome Kids Club, 1:1 tutoring)
  • Social and recreational activities that build community
  • New Beginnings (Case management and advocacy for HIV/AIDS)
  • Scattered Site Homelessness Prevention Program

Volunteers

We rely on over 74 individuals to provide one-to-one academic tutoring, tax preparation assistance, computer instruction, food and special donations during the holidays, gardening materials and how-to support, dance instruction, babysitters, spring cleaning, tickets to sporting and special events and help in countless other ways.  Through their work, support and connection, volunteers inspire us and make a lasting difference in the lives of our residents.