• Donate. Share. Care.

    In the US, an alarming number of 12 to 17 year olds, both male and females, are targeted by human traffickers who deal in child prostitution, sexual slavery and pornography, and by sexual predators and pedophiles. In the U.S., this is a thriving $13 billion a year criminal industry. Help us thwart those who prey on vulnerable youth.

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  • Help. Healing. Hope.

    Beulah's Place was created as a place of refuge for homeless teens who are easy prey for sexual predators and those who exploit these youngsters for criminal gain. Our publicly funded non-profit organization offers help, healing and hope by providing food and shelter as well as educational and work skills counseling.

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  • Our program, Beulah's Place, gives homeless at risk teens the necessary tools and essential resources to restart their lives. But to do this we need your help and support. Founder Andi Buerger has a special message for site visitors, please take a moment to listen.

    A message from Andi Buerger.

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Housing Providing Shelter

We help find safe places to stay for teens who don't have a place to call their own.

Educating Teaching Life Skills

When someone has the time and the resources to learn, the sky is the limit.

Healing Changing Lives with Love

With love and compassion, we give those who may be lost the tools to find the right path again.

Building For The Future

We intend to create a permanent, clean and safe shelter for wayward youth.


Help Us to Help Others.

Beulah's Place depends on the charity and goodwill of it's donors to keep providing love and shelter to teens who are stuck living on the streets. You can help by making a fully tax deductable donation.

  • Your funds provide food and shelter.
    Monies donated go directly to help kids that can't afford to pay for shelter to keep them warm, or meals to keep them healthy.
  • Donations are fully tax deductable.
    You can write your donations off your taxes, which helps you out while you help others, and it's good to know that your hard earned dollars are actually being spent to help those who really need it.
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Help For Teens

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Ready to Listen

If you need help and you're in the Oregon area, please reach out to us. No matter how out of control your situation may seem, we want to help you find a solution. You can call us anytime, or you can reach us through the form on our contact page.



Or if you need help and you're outside Oregon in the United States, please contact the National Human Trafficking Resource Center.

or text INFO or HELP to BeFree (233733)

or text INFO or HELP to BeFree (233733)





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REDMOND, OR - High Desert Design Council announced today that they have selected Beulah’s Place, a Redmond-based 501(c)3 organization providing temporary shelter services for at-risk homeless teens, as the recipient for the Council’s 2018 philanthropic project. The HDDC is a non-profit business association with more than 60 members including interior designers, architects, builders, landscape architects, artists and other industry partners.

Says Sara VanStelten, head of philanthropy for HDDC, “Our Council believes in giving back to the community by tapping the special talents and resources of its members. We really want to make an impact on the nonprofits we select. We’re excited to help Beulah’s Place because they have some critical, tangible needs that impact their ability to operate efficiently and rescue more teens off the streets of Central Oregon.”

Beulah’s Place offers help, healing and hope to teens who have no other safe or available family member or guardian to help with essential needs like food, clothing and shelter (www.beulahsplace.org). According to Executive Director Andi Buerger, “This gift couldn’t come at a better time. Our primary safe house has definite repair and upgrade needs that we could not afford to remedy without an organization like HDDC. We are incredibly honored and thrilled to be selected for their annual philanthropy project.”

The High Desert Design Council was founded in 2009. For more information about the Council, how to become a member, or how to nominate a local nonprofit for the annual project, visit thehddc.org