Hosanna Home is not to be confused with a temporary emergency shelter. Women must first have made a personal decision to make positive changes in her life and be willing do the work necessary to accomplish those goals. You will find support and a sense of belonging to a family while learning about responsibility, accountability and respect for themselves and others. Hosanna Home’s goal in programming is to promote spiritual, mental and physical health while teaching successful life skills. The confidence that women find at Hosanna Home will help end the cycle of homelessness and benefit the community at large.
Our staff works with community partners to create and maintain on-going programs that are continually evaluated and upgraded to provide the best fit for the needs of each individual resident. Together we strive to accomplish the following goals:
In order to become a resident of Hosanna Home each applicant must complete an application and make an appointment for an interview with the Admission Committee (comprised of House Mom & our Executive Director). Residents at Hosanna Home are scheduled for graduation within six
months after residency begins. To be considered for enrollment at Hosanna Home, the applicant must first want help and be willing to do her part to receive it.
"We can't do God's part, God won't do our part" ~Oswald Chambers
Complete an application and return it for consideration.
Have in your possession a valid government issued Birth Certificate and Social Security Card
Be in reasonably good health and willing to pursue employment.
Be willing to abide by all Hosanna Home Rules.