Women's Foundation Award
Nicholas House is grateful to receive the Sue Wieland Award this year. This esteemed award honors the accomplishments of one our clients, and is further proof that our programs work!
GA Gives Campaign
Homeless families are often labeled as lazy, hopeless, and deviant. We do not believe those labels are true. Our families have something to say to you. Will you listen?
After the murder of her brother with whom she shared a home, Ms. Walton, a single mother, found herself unable to afford the cost of housing.
Helping homeless families achieve self-sufficiency.
We provide supportive services through our shelter on Boulevard Avenue, our scattered-site apartment rapid re-housing program Homeless to Homes (H2H), and our newly launched New Horizons program for chronically homeless families. All families have up to two years of follow-up support after leaving direct services.
Nicholas House understands that providing basic subsistence – food and shelter – is necessary but not sufficient to prevent most homeless families from becoming homeless again. Three main goals and three unique factors make Nicholas House an incredibly special place where positive, lasting change happens.
Our mission makes a difference. 70% of families maintain their own housing a year or more after exiting Nicholas House.
Three Main Goals
- Earn a living wage
- Maintain the physical, mental and social health of parents and children
- Maintain safe and stable housing
Three Unique Elements
- Any family composition
- Accountability based
- Outcome oriented