Grandma's House is a non-profit, nondenominational home and outreach, providing emergency and transitional shelter to homeless or abused pregnant, parenting young mothers, and young mothers choosing adoption for their child.
We are committed to providing the essential nurturing resources, namely physical, emotional and spiritual support for the homeless and/or abused, pregnant or parenting young mothers. We emphasize wellness and healthy development of children, families, and communities through education and guidance. The goal of Grandma's House is to help each young woman become self-sufficient and able to make responsible decisions for herself and her child.
Grandma's House is the only home of it's kind east of the Cascades addressing the needs of this fragile population.
All Grown Up
Terrie: I moved into Grandma's House broke, hopeless, homeless and alone. The moment I walked through the door I was ready to leave but I had nowhere else to go so I gave it a try. The staff was amazing. They made me feel right at home. I worked through the program, caught up on my school work and graduated. I left Grandma's House with my baby and a plan for success. I moved into our little home and enrolled in college. Today I am happy, healthy and successful. I am so thankful for the programs Grandma's House was able to offer me. I would not have been able to make it without them!
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