Good Shepherd Center is committed to ending the cycle of homelessness for the women and children that come through our doors. Women staying at Good Shepherd Center’s residential facilities are encouraged to secure full time employment so that they can move from homelessness to independent living.Read More
The Holidays are intended to evoke feeling of joy and nostalgia. But for the homeless, it is often a time of uncertainty. At Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women & Children we do our best to provide a warm, memorable holiday season for those that come to us for assistance.Read More
Kathleen McCarthy Kostlan, President of The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation was honored at Good Shepherd Center's Homeless No More gala event at the Jonathan Club, on March 16, 2016. Kathleen has been a loyal supporter of Good Shepherd Center since 1984. The Sister Julia Mary Award was presented to Kathleen by Center Director, Sr. Anne Lanh Tran, LHC, and Good Shepherd Center Board President, Marcia Wilson Hobbs.
The Village Kitchen, a cafe bakery that is open to the public, offers culinary arts training for residents of Good Shepherd Center. Through hands on experience, women obtain the skills and confidence needed to become gainfully employed. Here is the story of Holly Green, a graduate of The Village Kitchen, in her own words.Read More