Saint Louise House was founded in 2000 to address the drastic shortage of safe housing and supportive services for homeless women and children. We provide deeply affordable and supportive housing for low income homeless women and their children with the goal of helping families develop long-term stability. Saint Louise House has grown from five apartments in 2001 to two 24-unit apartment complexes and the capacity to serve 46 families.

What's new at Saint Louise House

Volunteer Meet and Greet: Heidi Munin, Plus One Community Assistance Volunteer

September 12th, 2014

A native of San Antonio and longtime Austin resident, Heidi Munin has managed to maintain her busy professional life, motherhood and passion for travel and running, all while devoting much of her time volunteering at Saint Louise House. Heidi began volunteering in late 2012 after learning of our mission and feeling as if Saint Louise […]

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Groups Needed for Pantry Partners Program

September 3rd, 2014

Host a Drive To support one of our major ongoing needs, Saint Louise House is introducing our “Pantry Partners” program and asking groups to consider choosing a month to host a drive (large or small!) on behalf of our families! Every week, Saint Louise House strives to support families in need of assistance with shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste and […]

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National Charity League Gets Kids Excited for Back-to-School Time

August 18th, 2014

On Thursday, August 14th, volunteers from the National Charity League visited Saint Louise House to pump up the energy and excitement as kids prepare to return to school. Children were happily greeted by some of their favorite storybook characters – Queen Elsa, Tinkerbelle, Aurora, Princess Meredith, Belle, Hermione, and Alice in Wonderland! – for a […]

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