Over the past 30 years, dozens of young mothers, women finding permanent housing, and families found help at the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton House. Now, the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton House has been transformed into the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Program.
Through case management support, the Seton Program helps single custodial adults (parents, grandparents, etc) with minor children set and achieve goals to become thriving families. Participants work towards financial and/or housing stability. Staff walk alongside participants to address challenges such as finding quality childcare, accessing mental healthcare or securing housing.
St. Vincent de Paul — Madison does not provide rent assistance. Please contact one of these organizations for help:
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The month of November is National Homelessness Awareness Month. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Program Director, Priscilla Lentini, helped coordinate and attended a kickoff event at the State Capitol early in November. Event speakers shared statistics about homelessness in Wisconsin - specifically child homelessness along with shared experiences and ways to ensure everyone has a safe place to call home.Learn more