Founded in 1982 initially as a shelter for women with infants, My Sisters’ Place has today grown to include three permanent sites:
- The Transitional Living Program located on Pliny Street for homeless women and children
- Sue Ann Shay Place, which provides supportive housing for male and/or female headed households
- Mary Seymour Place apartments for single individuals
Through these sites and its related programs, My Sisters’ Place has helped more than 26,000 people in our community, providing them with a warm place to stay, food for themselves and their children, and services that are designed to get them back onto the road to independence – including medical care, management of financial affairs, and much much more.
To learn more about the specific programs and services offered at My Sisters’ Place, click here.