Sisters Place faithfully provides opportunities for individuals to overcome poverty and homelessness through empowerment, wellness, and personal and professional advancement services.

Our programming encompasses three service pillars that are made available to all of our clients (residential and non-residential):

Empowerment: supporting clients with meeting basic needs

Wellness: mental and physical health as well as addiction and recovery assistance and referrals

Advancement: resources for GED prep, college, trade school, apprenticeships and more

“There comes a point where we need to stop just pulling people out of the river.  We need to go upstream and find out why they’re falling in.”

– Desmund Tutu

Sisters Place strives to be a collaborative community asset that eliminates barriers to success for those experiencing poverty and homelessness.  We believe that in order to effectively disrupt the cycles of poverty and homelessness – self-care, financial literacy, and parenting skills need to be enhanced, past traumas need to be recognized, mental health and addiction need to be managed, and home life needs to be stabilized.