Our services address the fundamental needs of our client families, helping them to overcome obstacles and achieve stability.
- Safe, affordable, and decent housing
- Supportive services to help families move toward self-sufficiency
- Child care, transportation, after-school programming, cultural opportunities, parenting education, and intensive case management
From its opening in 1997, Sisters Place has served over 200 families in our Permanent and Transitional Programs. We provide 32 fully furnished homes and extensive case management to qualifying homeless families from across southwestern Pennsylvania. Over 90 percent of our families, have transitioned from Sisters Place safely into independent housing.
Our clients come from diverse backgrounds, but generally speaking they have been victims of physical and/or sexual abuse, have suffered from the disease of addiction, have struggled with a mental illness, and have no high school diploma or GED. All had been living in poverty.