Bethesda House - North Pembroke, MA

Contact information

PO Box 227
North Pembroke, MA 02358
: Phone: 781-361-2418
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We have 8 single rooms.  We serve young pregnant or newly parenting moms aged 18-25 with a single child under 2.

Donation Requests by Bethesda House: Expendable items (please see full list on our website) - diapers, etc.

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