St. Ann's currently operates transitional housing programs for at-risk mothers and their children as well as a community day care center. As a residential facility, St. Ann's operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
The program offers residential care for pregnant adolescents and young mothers up to age 22 and their babies. Extensive services include an accredited high school, medical care, parenting classes, life skills training, day care, individual and family counseling, and social and cultural activities.
At Faith House, transitional apartment housing is available for 8 young mothers (18–25 years old) and their children. Residents work toward economic self-sufficiency and stable family life with the help of job placement, day care, parenting classes, and other support. Due to demand, we plan to open Hope House, another transitional housing unit for homeless single-mother families, in our main building in summer 2013.
St. Ann’s Child Care Center provides affordable, developmental day care for infants and preschool children in the community and in residence, including children with special needs, and children from low-income, single parent families and from families in crisis.
In early 2013, St. Ann's Children's Residential Program closed its doors due to lack of demand from area social services agencies for the program. However, we are expanding our tramsitional housing program for homeless mothers and their children.