The Blessing of Beatitude House

A Beatitude House family

At Beatitude House, we’ve witnessed the work we done since 1991 strengthen family bonds and empower our clients to reach goals that support their families’ needs.

Our client testimonials showed that our program continually creates a sense of hope and security. This allows the clients to focus on the steps needed to establish a stable environment for them and their families.

In the last year, we’ve seen tremendous growth not only in our food pantry, which serves an average of 95 families each week, but also in our Permanent Supportive Housing Program in Youngstown.

This program has expanded its reach to simultaneously serve up to 50 families, and not only provides housing but also connects them to resources in the community.

Long-term success is the ultimate goal when a new family enters one of our homes. Some 80% have transitioned into permanent housing. Such success opened the door for us to welcome 11 new families in 2022, serving a total of 90 people, with 51 adults and 39 children.

Our transitional housing program in Ashtabula, “A House of Blessing,” has served 138 families, which included 178 children, in its 10 years.

Our clients come to realize no obstacle is too great when you have love and encouragement to support you along the way.

Donors, such as the Moran Family of Window World and everyone who participated in the 26th Annual Window World & Beatitude House Golf Outing at The Lake Club of Ohio in July 22, help make this all possible.