La Posada Home has been transforming the lives of families affected by domestic violence since 1986. Our program provides long-term services to homeless women with children as well as access to many services in the community, all geared toward creating a sense of autonomy, self-reliance, pride and self-worth. This enables the parents to develop and accomplish long-term goals on their road to independence.
Who We Serve
La Posada Home serves women with children who are survivors of domestic violence. The average client is a Hispanic female, between the ages of 20 and 35, who is in the “Extreme Low Income” bracket; no high school diploma, with an average of two children under the age of 18 and escaping domestic violence.
To make this possible, we rely on the assistance of community partners and caring individuals who provide support for the program in the form of monetary assistance, volunteer efforts, food, clothing, personal hygiene products, bedding, detergent, cleaning supplies, housewares, and furniture that may be used to assist clients in establishing new homes upon their successful completion of the program.
Why We Need You
All clients receive case management to discuss their needs, hopes and goals. For self sufficiency, a service plan is created to help them meet their goals. Services available based on individual needs include:
New Home Supplies
Tutoring & Life Skills Classes
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