Teague's Home for Women was established by Ms. Alberta Green in the year 2000, designed to welcome troubled women off the streets into a safe, faith-base home. Ms. Alberta was very strict and simple in her leadership: Any resident, in need of our services, must abide by the house rules, attend Church and become better acquainted with who they can be and accept God into their lives.
Teague's Home for Women operates today as if Ms. Alberta Green is still with us. The rules, list of chores and attending Bible Study must be followed by every woman residing within the Home. Any questions concerning the operation and acceptance of residents, need to call our Director: Shirley Lacy at: (910) 483-5044 during normal business hours: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm.
To ensure Teague's Home for Women is operational, a wide variety of Donation options are available.
Thousands of people have been Blessed to know Ms. Alberta Green and grow within the Home. To view a few of our collected stories:
Teague's Home for Women is a faith-based homeless shelter for women in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina: