About Martha's Home
In a world of poverty where you don’t know when or if you’ll eat again, or where you’ll sleep when darkness falls, Martha’s Home steps in and provides refuge, safety and security, a home for those without one, and a wide range of programs to help women and children in need rebuild their lives and re-enter society as self-sufficient and responsible citizens.
In addition to caring for the daily physical needs of our residents, Martha’s Home offers more than just a hand out, we give a hand up. We offer case management, referral services, life necessities, and housing assistance. We encourage women to empower themselves, both emotionally and physically, realizing their unique potential. The women at Martha’s Home are diligently working to further their education, secure full-time employment, and gain personal living skills to become productive members of our community.
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
To provide homeless women and their children with shelter and support while guiding them towards a lifestyle of self-sufficiency.
Assist residents in developing skills and resources that will facilitate their becoming independent.
Although the stay is temporary, it is hoped that the knowledge and support systems gained by clients while residing at Martha’s Home will become a permanent part of their lives.
What We Provide
Comfortable temporary living space in a warm, loving atmosphere with an "extended" family for the women and children.
Individual case management, counseling, and life skills training.
Assistance in accessing community resources for legal aid, medical assistance, academic programs, scholarship applications, vocational training, life skills, parenting classes, day care facilities, and supervision of their children.
Mentoring by other women who have been temporarily homeless and have become successful and contributing members of our community.
Assistance with moving to permanent housing.
Our Staff & Board of Directors
Alex Priest Brenda De La Garza B.K. Gearn Jody Reynolds Kimberly Griggs Mark Bullard
Director of Development & PR
Marketing & Development Coordinator