Since 1994 Miriam’s House has provided a comprehensive program to empower women made vulnerable by homelessness. Designed to end the cycle of homelessness, Miriam’s House serves homeless single women or mothers and their children.
Not a shelter, Miriam’s House seeks to be preventative in nature for the children and rehabilitative for the adults. It is hoped that by offering a comprehensive program, individuals may be empowered to live independently.
Our Services Provide Intensive Case Management
- Money management
- Employment facilitation
- Parenting skills
- Substance abuse recovery
- Mental health services
- Transitioning to permanent housing
- Weekly house meetings to work out issues pertaining to
the smooth and successful process of communal living
- Staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
Visit our website for more information or to get involved. Monetary donations and household items are very welcome.