Grandma’s House

Essential nurturing resources for a fragile population: Emergency and transitional shelter to homeless and/or abused pregnant girls, parenting young mothers, and young mothers choosing adoption for their child. For over 20 years, this home has provided 24/7 hope, support, tools, and education to help young parents make good life decisions and become self-sufficient.

Grandma’s House is a safe and supportive environment for pregnant girls and young mothers where they can learn about health and parenting, continue their education, and gain the needed life skills for a smooth transition into independent living or a safe return to family. It is the only shelter and program of its kind east of the Cascades in Oregon.

Grandma’s House is our sister program within J Bar J Youth Services. Although we coordinate care for young women who may move from Cascade Youth and Family Center to Grandma’s House, or the other direction, Grandma’s House is a separate program with its own management team.

Learn more about programs and shelter for young mothers, babies, and pregnant girls at Grandma’s House here.

Support programs for runaway and homeless youth and victims of human trafficking