Casa Guadalupana



Safety • Stability• Integrity


Proudly serving since 1999

Since 1999, Casa has served the immigrant community through primarily volunteer-driven programming, offering shelter to Latina women and families who are homeless, in crisis or temporarily unable to meet their most basic human needs.  Those marginalized by language, immigration, or cultural barriers find empowerment and discover new ways to stabilize their individual situation. In 2008, Casa moved into the former rector of St. Matthew’s Catholic Church.  The shelter is a house that includes six bedrooms and has provided flexibiliy to serve both small and larger families.