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Programs

Our Programs

Our five residential programs provide shelter and other basic needs, case management, classes, and supportive services for pregnant women/new mothers and their children. We are committed to meeting women wherever they are on their journey and giving them the support they need to get back on the road to a bright future for themselves and their families. Our alumni program ensures that all members of the Casa Teresa family, past and present, have everything they need to stay the course and thrive.

EMERGENCY MATERNITY PROGRAM

We provide a safe place for the most vulnerable women in severe crisis—often chronically homeless and/or struggling with addiction—to address safety, health, and basic needs.

PARENTING PROGRAM

The Parenting Program helps pregnant women without resources take their first steps toward a healthy future.

TRANSFORMATION 1 PROGRAM (T1)

Mothers continue to receive supportive services, while moving closer to self-sufficiency by attending school and/or working full-time. They also learn how to care for their babies and become great moms in T1.

TRANSFORMATION 2 PROGRAM (T2)

At this point on the path, mothers are mostly self-reliant and are preparing to transition their families to stable housing. They may also reunite with any children previously placed in the care of others, building family stability and breaking dysfunctional cycles.

HANNAH’S HOUSE

Hannah’s House supports women who choose to relinquish their baby for adoption, providing a safe space to meet the physical and emotional needs of moms as they select an adoptive family.

ALUMNI SERVICES

Casa Teresa’s love and support doesn’t come with an expiration date. As our moms continue on their way to healthy futures with their families, we are always available with services, case management, classes, and encouragement—ensuring that even if they stumble, our moms have the resources they need to stay on the right path and break the cycles of poverty, addiction, and homelessness for the next generation.