Up to 45 women and children are welcomed as guests each night in their clean, safe shelter.
More than a roof over their head, their shelter is a place that provides a sense of safety and security and surrounds women with support needed to work on the root problems that led to homelessness.
Their Center for Women and Children is one of the few local shelters to welcome children.
Poverty and housing instability are especially harmful during early childhood, often causing problems in school.
To combat these problems, children in their shelter are provided tutors, mentors and transportation.
“Breaking the cycle of poverty and despair…one life at a time ”