Saint Louise House was founded in 2000 to address the drastic shortage of safe housing and supportive services for homeless women and children. We provide deeply affordable and supportive housing for low income homeless women and their children with the goal of helping families develop long-term stability. Saint Louise House has grown from five apartments in 2001 to two 24-unit apartment complexes and the capacity to serve 46 families.
What's new at Saint Louise House
August 18th, 2014
On Thursday, August 14th, volunteers from the National Charity League visited Saint Louise House to pump up the energy and excitement as kids prepare to return to school. Children were happily greeted by some of their favorite storybook characters – Queen Elsa, Tinkerbelle, Aurora, Princess Meredith, Belle, Hermione, and Alice in Wonderland! – for a […]More »
July 16th, 2014
“It’s summer!” is a phrase (and a mindset!) that has echoed through the breezeways of Saint Louise House since that last school bell rang in May. Summer’s not only a time for equal parts play and rest, but it’s also a time for enrichment, with camps, activities, tutoring appointments and more. This summer is especially […]More »
June 30th, 2014
This past May, Saint Louise House’s founding executive director Sharon Bieser announced her retirement and induction to the organization’s Board of Directors, of which she plans to be an active member. In 2000, Sharon and a small group of parishioners, led by Sr. Sharon Groetsch, D.C. from Saint Austin Catholic Church, started Saint Louise House […]More »