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What’s Happening at Beatitude House

Beatitude House helps people change lives

YOUNGSTOWN — Erica Payne turned a corner by leaving behind a life of homelessness and drug addiction, instead choosing a path that led to helping others deal with similar struggles. “The sky’s the limit and I want to keep going,” an excited Payne said while holding a...

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Beatitude House Awards Trio of $1K Scholarships

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Beatitude House’s Ursuline Sisters Scholars program has awarded three $1,000 scholarships to students. Receiving the scholarships are Tymira Stenson, studying social work at Ursuline College, Ashlee Macormac studying occupational therapy assistant...

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Beatitude House Promotes Washington-Suber

Beatitude House Promotes Washington-Suber YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Beatitude House has promoted Whitney Washington-Suber to lead support specialist; she previously served as a case manager with the nonprofit. In her new role, Washington-Suber maintains an active caseload...

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Beatitude House Promotes Bales to Associate Director

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Beatitude House has promoted Keshia Bales, a staff member since 2012, to the position of associate director. “From the first day of my internship experience, Beatitude House felt like home. I could see the values of hospitality and compassion so...

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Pierce Named Property Manager at Beatitude House

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Beatitude House has promoted Kisha Pierce to property manager. She has been with the nonprofit five years. “I feel the transition was natural as I have been involved in both sides of the residents’ lives regarding case management and property,” says...

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Coronavirus Statement from Ursuline Ministries

  Coronavirus Statement from Ursuline Ministries   The Ursuline Sisters and Ursuline Ministries have established protocols with stakeholders in light of the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak now touching northeast Ohio to increase safety for our sisters,...

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Beatitude House awards scholarships

YOUNGSTOWN — The Beatitude House Ursuline Sisters Scholars announced three new scholarship recipients at a recent holiday luncheon, and congratulated four Beatitude House program members who recently graduated from various trade schools and colleges. The Ursuline...

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Building Bridges at the Border

By Michele Ristich Gatts Director of Mission Advancement With little more than a prayer, Betsy Horne set out from Scotland for New Castle, Pa., in the 1800s – seeking a better life. Times were still difficult. Betsy was eventually widowed with three young children and...

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Beatitude Names Building in Honor of Masternicks

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The primary building of Beatitude House along Fifth Avenue has a new name thanks to a gift from the John & Dorothy Masternick Foundation. The foundation, established in memory of the founders of Windsor House, purchased naming rights to the...

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Beatitude House Sets $3.4M Goal for Inspiring Hope

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – For three decades, Beatitude House has been giving disadvantaged women, and their children, a future. Now it aims to ensure that its programs and services will also survive and grow in years to come. On Tuesday at the Pollock House on the campus of...

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Beatitude House working to ‘Inspire Hope’

YOUNGSTOWN — Ask Erica about her laundry situation these days, and she’ll probably tell you that it’s a good problem to have.“When I came, I had one bag of clothes to my name,” she said. “Now I have too much laundry.” The single mother of three was referring to...

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Beatitude House kicks off Inspiring Hope Campaign

ASHTABULA — Beatitude House kicked off its Inspiring Hope Campaign on Tuesday with hopes of raising $200,000 for its A House of Blessing in Ashtabula. Beatitude House serves disadvantaged women and children by creating homes, providing educational opportunities and...

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Centofanti Foundation Donates $150K to Beatitude House

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The James and Coralie Centofanti Charitable Foundation has committed $150,000 to support a new wellness program for children at Beatitude House. The five-year commitment will help Beatitude House address the social and economic challenges that can...

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Organization Documents

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Monthly Donors

Donations made to Beatitude House ensure we can continue to offer family support services with a focus on the betterment of the individual by creating a home, providing educational opportunities and fostering healthy families.

Memorial Donations

Establishing a memorial or tribute gift is a meaningful way to honor your loved ones and make a difference in the lives of those who we serve. View our latest list of memorials and tributes received.

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Honor your family, friends and loved ones by making a donation in their name. See the list of monthly honor donations.

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Where Lives are Transformed Everyday

Beatitude House offers the care, compassion and education needed to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness. With all of the programs, services and events we offer, it’s important we keep the community up to date.

“Getting involved with Beatitude House gave us hope, a home and a positive outlook on our futures.”

Judith Beatitude House Resident

Campaigns

Beatitude House provides unique opportunities for you to help us make a difference in the lives of women and children in need.

Adopt an Apartment Form

An opportunity for individuals and businesses to personally help transform the lives of homeless families in our communities. Your sponsorship will help cover costs associated with maintenance, supplies and programming for the apartments and residents.