Seton House at Maryvale


Seton House seeks to provide safe, temporary housing for single mothers, empowering them with tools to help change the trajectory of their lives. We intend to cultivate a compassionate environment where mothers can focus on personal development, while learning life skills to sustain a positive and productive lifestyle for themselves and their children.

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Learn About The Seton House Program


  • Seton House is designed to provide safe and secure temporary housing for nine mothers with up to two children each under the age of 10 facing homelessness
  • Families will receive up to six months of services. During this time mothers are required to work closely with a case manager to work towards accomplishing both individual and program goals
  • Mothers will also receive mental health services in weekly group therapy sessions, as well as weekly individual counseling
  • A Case Manager will assist in providing mothers with various community linkages on the mothers’ path to achieving long term employment and permanent housing
  • Mothers who have been victims of domestic violence or substance abuse will be able to participate in support groups directly related to those areas


  • Mothers will develop necessary life skills to enter into permanent housing
  • Reduce physical and sexual violence against homeless mothers
  • Reduce recidivism among homeless mothers


  • Same-gender services
  • Parenting Skills
  • Education
  • Mental Health Services
  • Safe and secure temporary housing

We Need Your Help

Maryvale has a deep history of offering hope and help to families in need in our community. Now more than ever, these families look to the Maryvale community to help them along the path to a better life. Your generosity will help bring hope to the mothers and their children that we will be serving at Seton House. If you would like to make your donation online, please click here and select “Seton House” in the drop-down menu.

To learn more about Seton House and the impact your gift will have on our families, please contact Director of Development and Communications, Allyson Simpson at 626.537.3340 or


We are also actively looking for volunteer partners to support our families in other ways. To learn more about what volunteer opportunities are available and how you can be a part of transforming the lives of our young mothers, please contact Program Manager, Crystal Overstreet at 626.537.3305 or