Our Facilities

Since our founding in 1957, The Women’s Home’s reputation has grown alongside its facilities in both size and stature.

Today, The Women’s Home has campuses located in the heart of Montrose as well as in the Spring Branch community. Our Montrose campus includes our administrative building as well as the facilities for our treatment and transitional housing program. In Spring Branch, we have our single-bedroom supportive housing community, Jane Cizik Garden Place, and in 2016 we will open a second two- and three-bedroom supportive housing community for families as well as a WholeLife® Service Center to serve the Spring Branch community.

Transitional CourtyardMontrose Area Facilities

Administrative Offices

607 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77006

• Admissions
• Administration
• Volunteer services

Residential Block

• Dormitory (houses 26 women)
• Four transitional homes (house 24 women)
• Non-denominational chapel

Life Learning Art RoomSupport Facilities
811 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77006

• Life Learning Center
• The Cottage Shop
• Vocational and clinical services space

Spring Branch Facilities

Small JC3Jane Cizik Garden Place

1839 Jacquelyn Road, Houston, TX 77055 (Spring Branch area)
For leasing information, contact the apartment manager,
Pearl Fontenette, at 713-328-1976.

• 87 units of permanent supportive housing specializing in women-centered services
• Silver LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified
• Gated community
• Amenities including courtyard garden, community room, exercise room, computer room, meditation room and computer    lab
• One full-time and one part-time case counselor on-site.

All of The Home’s facilities are located within easy access of support services and transportation routes.
Housing
Adele and Ber Pieper Family Place

7625 Hammerly, Houston, TX 77055 (Spring Branch area)
For leasing information, contact the apartment manager,
Pearl Fontenette, at 713-328-1976

Opening October 2016

• 84 permanent, affordable two- and three-bedroom apartments serving homeless and at-risk/vulnerable families
• On-site case management services
• Family-inspired amenities
• Playground
• Community activity center
• Family picnic area
• Partnering with Treasure Forest Elementary School (Spring Branch ISD) to improve student mobility
Other features:
• Safety and security
• LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified
• Continued community support

WholeLife Center 2Mabee WholeLife® Service Center

Opening Spring 2017

• After School and Summer Enrichment Services in partnership with the YMCA
• Creative Movement space/programs
• Certified outdoor classroom
• 14,000 square feet of green space
• Fine arts room
• 30,000-square-foot multi-purpose facility serving our tenants and the surrounding community
• Spring Branch Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)
• Behavioral Health Services provided by Depelchin Children’s Center
• Workforce development provided by MAM (Memorial Assistance Ministries)
• Collaborations with community partners
• LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified