Making an IMPACT, one family at a time.
History and Mission
Teena's Place is a 501(C)(3), non-profit organization established in 2010 whose primary purpose is to serve the "at risk" men and women who range in background from veterans, chemically dependent, mentally and emotionally un-empowered, ex-incarcerated, underemployed, or homeless.
The mission of Teena’s Place is to establish a stable home environment for those in need of shelter or housing, whether it be temporary, transitional, or permanent.
Teena’s Place seeks to reduce and alleviate chronic homelessness by providing short–term shelter that seeks to obtain long–term housing, establish mentoring relationships, and secure stable employment for its clients. Teena's Place intervenes and empowers individuals and does so with with compassion and professionalism. Teena's Place does so through its boarding and transitional housing program, life management skills training, case management and substance abuse-mental health prevention and intervention services, family building skill learning, and vocational training.