We are a non-profit organization of caring volunteers who assist women who have been affected by incarceration and who are without dependents and family support. We provide a transitional living program for women who desire to live in a spiritual community as they grow in independence. We value cooperation and community; therefore, participants also engage in communal activities that build relationship and support each other and the surrounding neighborhood.
Programs and Opportunities for Residents:
Chapel Prayer, Spiritual Direction, Walking the Twelve Steps, Crafting, Job Readiness and Conflict Resolution, Gardening, Food Preservation and Preparation, Community Service, Educational Field Trips, and more.
$350 per month plus a $150 per month Immaculata Home Grant available to participants who are in program compliance will meet the $500 per month program fees. If a person does not follow the program rules, their grant can be removed if they are not expelled from the program, they will need to pay the $500 per month.
This amount includes a shared room, heat, water, electric, air conditioning when medically necessary or on very hot days, access to the internet, wifi, tv, unlimited use of laundry on premises, use of furniture and all appliances, life coaching, social service referrals support and networking, participation in all programs listed above, in addition to initial support with clothing and other necessities. Participants and Immaculata Home together may reach out to other non-profits, churches, family and friends to help with program fees. If you or your church are willing to help a women with a monthly donation (any amount), please contact us or see our donations page under "Helping Hands."
Immaculata Home is sustained by volunteers, funded by private donations and through foundations open to supporting the physical, emotional and spiritual healing of women. For those who feel called to help, there is room for you!
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