Seeking help at Clare House
On-site programs for our residents take place over the course of up to one year. During that time, residents are provided with the tools and training necessary to help stabilize finances, build savings, and secure sustainable housing. We provide the opportunity to overcome the barriers of poverty and the situations that lead to the possibility of homelessness. And, thanks to our community volunteers, many of the personal supplies our residents require are provided at no cost.
Space is limited. Potential residents can complete the application to our program, and we’ll start helping as quickly as possible.
The Clare House employment program is focused on providing the tools, connections, and resources necessary for mothers to achieve gainful employment while finding housing. Through proven steps and continuous checkpoints,
76% of residents
improve their income
through gaining jobs or making job improvements.
In the event of a
life-threatening emergency, call 911.
Domestic Violence Services of Lancaster County
Hotline: (717) 299-1249
Water Street Mission
Call: (717) 358-2030