Imagine what it takes to help:
- Transition out of abusive environments, drugs and/or alcohol, job
loss or any other reason that forced them out of their former lives
to live on the street.
- Learn team work
- Build-up self-esteem
- Learn to take responsibility for themselves and others
- Learn how to dress for church, job interviews, a new job,
attending class, etc.
- Learn respect
- Learn how to write and submit resumes and cover letters for
perspective job opportunities
- Learn how to save money for important things in life, such as
clothing, personal hygiene items, food, future rent and utility
- Learn how to manage their money (budgets, bank accounts, check
- Learn how to improve their attitude towards God, life and others
- Taking out the trash
- Purchase groceries
- Purchase and wash clothing
- Purchase bedroom necessities: sheets, drapes, rugs
- Purchase bathroom necessities: toilet paper, first aid supplies,
soap, shampoo, cleaning supplies, towels
- Purchase/Maintain household items: tables, chairs, lamps, rugs,
- Purchase routine household items: laundry detergent, dishwashing
liquid, paper towels, cleaning supplies for counters and floors,
light bulbs, trash bags, dusting rags, dusting supplies for cleaning
furniture, appliances, windows and floors.
- Clean/Wash: floors, furniture, clothing, bed clothes, sheets,
towels, curtains, etc.
- Car maintenance: gas, oil changes, clean/wash interior and
- Pay monthly bills: electricity, water, cable (TV only),
telephone (basic, no long distance)
Now think about how much it takes to supply a house of women that are
looking for work, attending school, going through drug/alcohol rehab and
other various stages in life ... not earning enough to take care of
themselves -- much less a home.
If you would prefer to donate cash or gift cards -- no donation is
too large or small.
Please note: Teague's Home does not have internet connections.
The home currently has one working computer for writing resumes, cover
letters, homework, etc.
Please contact Teague's Home for Women's Director: Shirley
Lacy for immediate needs for both women and home: by calling: