"I HAD TO FIND A NEW LIFE"
Maria literally walked up to the Houston Transitional Living Program one day and said she needed a place to live. Her mother was taking advantage of Maria, forcing her to...read more
Since the 1940's, Sipe's Orchard Home has been a safe & caring place for children. Today, the Orchard serves children through a variety of programs:NCPK Classrooms Summer Day Camp Transitional Living
The Houston Transitional Living Center offers a supportive, residential, co-ed program for homeless, disadvantaged youth, providing them tools and opportunities to learn and practice successful independence.
This program is designed for seventeen to twenty-one year-olds who do not have the financial, academic, emotional, or behavioral skills necessary for independent living.
An experiential learning environment offers numerous opportunities and resources, including independent living and vocational training, educational advancement, meals, transportation, recreation, computer and Internet access, support groups and workshops.
Amenities in the Houston Center include a full-kitchen, dining room, expansive living room, meeting areas, laundry room, porches and decks. Licensed by the NC Department of Social Services for 12 residents, the building has both single and double occupancy rooms arranged in suites.READ MORE...
From The President: As I considered this newsletter I started thinking about 2016 and all that happened during the year. We have received so much support in recent months for the buildings we are renovating and Christmas. I laughed a bit when I realized I was worrying about how we could fit all of it in a newsletter, […]
The Cannon Foundation recently gave Sipe’s a $30,000 grant to assist with the expansion of our Transitional Living Program. This money will go toward the renovations required to prepare two campus buildings for residency by homeless and disadvantaged youth. This expansion will double the capacity of the Transitional Living Program and enable programming suited to […]