Welcome to Grandma’s House
Helping young parents achieve the future they want for themselves and their children.
Young people who are parenting or pregnant sometimes find themselves without support or resources. Creating stability for themselves and their babies when they are homeless can become a huge hurdle. Finding housing can be especially difficult for teens, as most landlords, homeless shelters, and battered women’s shelters will not accept unaccompanied minors. We are here to help create a brighter beginning. We provide safe and supportive shelter, teach life and parenting skills, and help young parents achieve the future they want for themselves and their children.
Our residents may live with us during pregnancy, through childbirth, and with their baby while they work toward self-sufficiency. During that time, they may finish school, start college or a career, and build a solid foundation for the next chapter in their lives.
We value diversity and welcome young people from all backgrounds. We do not discriminate based on ethnicity, cultural identity, sexual orientation, disability, or religion.
Who We Serve
Grandma’s House provides shelter and case management to pregnant and parenting youth ages 15-24yo and basic need items to anyone in need of diapers, wipes, clothing and more in Central Oregon.