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Our Mission:

Faith's House mission is to empower struggling single moms to better their lives through education, links to community resources and creating a support system. We want all single moms to feel part of a community, be self-sufficient and have the tools necessary to be the best mom possible.

Faith's House was incorporated in 2008 and is an approved IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit which makes your donations tax deductible!

We have been providing services to Forsyth County single mother families since 2008 through our monthly meetings, social media outlets, and community outreach events.

Our Vision

The vision for Faith's House is to support single moms that are struggling by being a resource of information and eventually a home they can live in while pursuing a higher education program. We will give single moms that believe they have limited life choices but are seeking an education a hand up not just a hand out. We see the mission starting out as a networking group for all single moms and growing into a resource center devoted to informing & being of service. Once the Home is opened, we hope to house at least five single moms and their children (8 and under). Each woman will be required to participate in an educational program that will enable her to be fully self-sufficient. While at Faith's House she will be lifted up, empowered, and held responsible. Each woman will have responsibility in maintaining the home and supporting all the other women to also get their dreams.

When the women leave they will be educated, powerful, and healed so they can change their life and be a positive impact in their families and communities.

In the Community

Faith's House, Inc. plans to be active in the community and working in partnership with other area agencies to bring its services into awareness. Some of those agencies include: United Way, Department of Human Resources, Department of Family and Children Services, and the Department of Community Connections. We will also work with pregnancy resource centers, homeless shelters, local churches, and other non-profits.

We realize that Forsyth County has many agencies that offer invaluable services to our community, which we see no need to duplicate. We plan to be in relationship with these organizations so we can bring programs and services easily to the single moms in our community.

Our Future Home

Once we have a home our prospective residents will undergo an extensive interviewing, drug testing and application process to determine her eligibility for the program as well as informing her of the rules and regulations that are associated with living at Faith's House.