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Guadalupe Home


Guadalupe Home is a Transitional living program for women who find themselves without shelter and basic needs who are pregnant and/or parenting and are over the age of 18.  Guadalupe Home provides safe shelter and support services in a home-like environment for mothers and their children to nurture and support their family unit.  Support services are provided to residents in an effort to care for themselves and their children while moving towards self-sufficiency.  Additionally, opportunities for personal development are offered to the residents including assistance with goal setting and achievement, establishing priorities and effective decision-making.  Guadalupe Home encourages residents to take steps toward becoming independent, while creating a new life for their family.  Please contact Shirley Seaney, Program Director, at 210-476-0707 for more information.
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Hello I am pregnant and I am low income and I’m in need of housing very soon, can you please give me more information on how to get started and what the requirements are?