St. Vincents / Assisted Living
Programs & Services
St. Vincent’s programs and services address homeless issues, provide affordable and quality childcare, and prepare women and children for success through our emphasis on education and counseling.
St. Vincent's Family Strengthening Program provides transitional housing and services for single mothers whose incomes are at or below poverty level.
St. Vincent's Early Childhood Education Center provides quality, affordable childcare services to infants, toddlers, and preschoolers of working parents.
The Affordable Housing Programs address homeless issues for low-income families and low-income seniors 62 and over.
St. Vincent’s Heart is an on-site, volunteer assisted, weekly service program that operates as a food and supply pantry for St. Vincent's Family Strengthening Program and campus residents.
St. Vincent’s Community Garden is an on-campus garden where residents can grow their own vegetables, fruits, and flowers. In addition to the outdoor activity, residents enjoy intergenerational connections, resource sustainability, and environmental responsibility.
Verle S. Casey Pozzo Aquatic Arena offers an indoor pool and spa, staffed by qualified instructors, certified lifeguards, and competent staff, for use by all of St. Vincent’s campus residents. Originally built as an outdoor pool in the 1930s, the structure was renovated and enclosed thanks to a generous donation from Anselmo and Verle Pozzo in the 1990s. The indoor facility was opened to residents in 2010.
In all of these programs and services, St. Vincent’s fosters hope and a sense of dignity and personal worth in a safe and nurturing environment. Through our comprehensive programs and services, each person is allowed to develop the necessary skills to lead a productive and full life. Make a gift. Change a life.