pat Beatitude House hosted an Open House on September 25, 2009 at 1370 Tod Aveneu NW, to present their nearly 1.5 million expansion to the Warren area.  The event began with a brief dedication ceremony and included tours of the building and refreshments. The Beatitude House children’s choir performed at the ceremony.

The expansion includes six apartments, a computer/classroom, a children’s playroom and offices for staff.  With the completion of this project, Beatitude House is able to serve a total of 13 homeless families each year in Warren.

As noted in the Warren Tribune:  Sister Patricia said Beatitude House has been blessed with incredible support from the Warren area, noting Farmer’s National Bank and the Warren -Trumbull Home Consortium were two of  the major funding sources .  She said all the furniture, accessories, appliances and linens for the six new apartments were donated by various businesses, organizations, and churches in Trumbull County, including St. William Church in Champion.

The Beatitude House has facilities in Youngstown, Girard and Warren for its two-year transitional housing program.  Beatitude House is committed to serving disadvantaged women and children in the Mahoning Valley.  By creating homes, providing educational opportunities and fostering healthy families, they provide women with the opportunity to transform their lives.  To learn more about how you can help visit or call 330.399.1971.

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  1. I had a chance to see the new addition on Friday at the Open House. The entire place is so welcoming. I loved the new playroom for the children. It was colorful and looked fun for kids. Until we can end poverty and homelessness for everyone, it is good to have a place like Beatitude House to keep families safe and provide and environment that helps them move from homelessness to stable housing.

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