Working together to build safe, nurturing and resilient families—from pregnancy to parenthood and childhood to adulthood—for generations to come.
Our focus is to provide support, hope, guidance, and empowerment for those in our care. Through supportive housing, residential treatment, early childhood education, mental health services, and workforce development – we guide families toward independence, overall health and wellbeing. This support helps them remain together in a safe and nurturing environment. Whatever their need or situation may be, we are able to tailor our quality and caring services to meet them where they are.
OUR VISION: Thriving Families. Brighter Futures.
Thriving families. Brighter futures.
Our focus has been, and will continue to be, to provide support, hope, guidance, and empowerment to those in our care. Through high-quality residential services, supportive housing, early childhood education, workforce development, mental health, and community based services, we guide children, youth and families toward achieving resilience through their health and wellbeing, and help them remain together in a safe and nurturing environment. Whatever their need or situation may be, we are able to tailor our quality and caring services to meet them where they are.
St. Anne’s Family Services upholds the following values: respect for human dignity, compassion, transformation, justice and peace, and solidarity with people in need.
The St. Anne’s admission policy in 1908, created by our founder Bishop Conaty, set our commitment to justice, diversity, equity and inclusion early on. “The only entrance condition it exacts is the need of its service. No religious or race lines will ever be allowed to prevent it from doing good to any woman who may demand it.”
Today, we are committed to supporting systemic change for an equitable future for all our vulnerable communities. We recognize that nearly all of our families face daily obstacles that impact their lives, including inequities related to race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, and socio-economic status. As a leader in providing services to children and families, we are committed to being an agent of change in addressing those inequities to create safe, nurturing, thriving, and resilient families for generations to come. We are determined to keep the needs of our diverse populations at the forefront of our daily work.
We ensure the values of justice, diversity, equity and inclusion are reflected in our hiring and training of staff, and through policy development and implementation, to best serve both our staff and program participants. Having served some of the most vulnerable populations since 1908, these values are deeply woven into the fabric of our organization and how we serve our community.