Immaculata Home provides housing and programs for women touched by incarceration who desire to live in a family-style, spiritual community.
(Direct Incarceration is not a requirement. Women can be affected by incarceration by having past or present family members incarcerated, by having a brush with the law, by being at risk for incarceration.)
Human life in all it's forms.
Openness to Lifelong Listening and Learning
Growth in Holiness
Opportunities for Program Participants:
Chapel Prayer, Faith-based life coaching, Walking the Twelve Steps with Jesus, Crafting, Job Readiness and Conflict Resolution, Gardening, Food Preservation and Preparation, Community Service, Educational Field Trips, and more. We are a homeless shelter and provide transitional housing for up to two years.