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, Life Skills 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 faith-based homeless shelter and provide transitional housing for up to two years.