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Compassion - Hope - Empowerment - Freedom

Assisting Women In Transition From Prison, Community Reentry, Employment, And Independent Living.

For many women, becoming incarcerated is just the beginning of a long and difficult journey. Not only do they have to deal with the challenges of prison life, but they also face significant obstacles when it comes time to reenter society. One of the biggest challenges is finding safe and affordable housing. Too often, women who have been in prison are forced to live in unsafe and unstable environments, which can lead to further criminal activity and ultimately end up putting them right back behind bars.

Fortunately, The House of Mary work to help women transitioning from prison with housing. The House of Mary provides women with resources and support to help them navigate the challenges of entering society after incarceration. By working together, we can help break the cycle of incarceration and give women a chance at a fresh start.

Compassion - Hope - Empowerment - Freedom

Our Professionals

Natasha Patterson

Darrell C. Hartley
Angela Warr-Hartley
Katie Baillio
Melanie Cornish

Our Partners