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While living onsite in a newly renovated, fully furnished home-like environment, this will temporarily end homelessness for the program participants while they begin their pathway to stability. With a stay of up to 24-months, women will become gainfully employed, work with financial trainers on saving, personal budgeting, credit, and debt education that will help rebuild their financial framework.

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You will NOT qualify if:

  • You do not have the $450 registration fee (at the time of move-in).

  • Unwilling to work/gainfully employed working 40 hours per week.

  • Is NOT serious about your life-long sustainability plan and homeownership.

  • You are under age 18 at the time of move-in

  • Have small children or are pregnant (no men nor spouses)

  • Unwilling to respectfully share living space with other women and embrace new potential homeowners.

  • Unwilling to follow rules/regulations of the house especially cleaning and completing assigned chores.

  • Unwilling to participate in daily/ weekly/monthly financial literacy, life-enrichment classes, wellness workshops, therapy sessions etc.

  • Unwilling to provide the Financial Trainer with required financial information.

  • Unwilling to deposit 25% of your income into an ISPA (Individual Savings Plan Account) each month towards your new home and new life.

  • Unwilling to be honest and transparent with staff and mentors about your health, financial, and emotional situation

  • Unwilling to attend all appointments (health, mental, court ordered etc.)


  • If you qualify, please contact our office to set up a time to apply.

Real Estate partners will provide a comprehensive homebuyer education course that will help remove the barriers to entry as well as reducing the stress and friction involved in the typical home buying process.

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“We not only want to reduce homelessness, but we want to eradicate it for justice-involved women!”

Candance J. Wesson

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Formerly incarcerated people are 10x more likely to be homeless than general public.

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There are roughly 1800 individuals experiencing homelessness in Kansas City.

Women make up approximately 40% of those experiencing homelessness in Kansas City.

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