Jubilee House – 612
Jubilee’s sister property, which houses 7 women each with their own room, is located next door to the main house. This house is dedicated to serving homeless or at risk of homeless female Veterans. Homeless women veterans face unique vulnerability and significant mental health needs. More than half of all homeless women veterans were sexually assaulted during their military service, and many exhibit mental health disabilities as a result.
The small, safe space that the Jubilee Veterans Home provides has the required layout and safety mechanisms needed to address their trauma and assure a safe place to transition out of homelessness.
Equal opportunity is available for all low-income adult women without respect to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other bias protected by federal, state, or local law.
a self-determined woman can rise above her circumstances, and we help her build
the skills and vision to do so.
in a holistic approach to supporting women and addressing the complex reasons
they experience poverty and homelessness.
women need time to heal from trauma and crisis to make positive life changes.
in the power of community to overcome isolation, create a support network, and
success is measured differently for each woman; all steps, big and small, move
a woman toward a more fulfilling future.
women whose journey brings them to Jubilee will emerge empowered and
self-sufficient, with a safety net of support.