To provide culturally and linguistically competent services to all families affected by crime and homelessness.
To continue supporting, by the provision of services, the efforts of individuals to be free of violence and homelessness. We seek to continue providing services to women and children within the El Paso area who have been traditionally under served. So far, La Posada Home has served 23.5% of the families with children staying in TLCs in El Paso.
La Posada Home opened its doors on September 2, 1986 to homeless women and their children. The home was established in response to the increasing need for a shelter that assists families who have suffered abuse, abandonment, and homelessness.
We assist women between the ages of 20-35 in these categories; Hispanic, extreme Low Income” earners, women with two children under the age of 18, women facing domestic violence situations, women without high school diplomas and homeless families who request services, depending on shelter availability.
To make this possible, we rely on the assistance of caring individuals like you and also on organizations that provide support for the program. Support may come in the form of monetary assistance, clothing, furniture, personal hygiene products, cleaning supplies, food, and any other items that may be used to serve clients while they go through the program or that may assist clients in establishing new homes upon their successful completion of the program.