Join us at Opening Doors on May 2nd

At this evening of celebration, your attendance helps support our ongoing work helping women to write their own stories after…

Gallery: The Board of Directors Hosts a January Birthday Jubilee

Deborah’s Place Board Members hosted a Birthday Jubilee to celebrate January birthdays with the women who call Deborah’s Place “home”

The Longest Night: Homeless Persons Memorial Day

How fitting that the day we recognize Homeless Persons Memorial Day is the Winter Solstice: the day on which those…

Better as a Team

As 2023 draws to an end, we’re challenging our supporters to call on their teams to make amazing things happen. We need to furnish 34 apartments for women who’ve experienced chronic homelessness (meaning they’ve been without home for a year or more). With your help, we know we can achieve this.

The Path Ahead: Darnella’s Story

With their willingness to meet her where she was, the staff at Deborah’s Place earned Darnella’s trust. “They showed me what my life could be like without my abuser,” she says. “They taught me how to be a good and nurturing mother.”

7 Ways to Support Deborah’s Place this Holiday Season

You can help us open doors of opportunity for women experiencing homelessness—this holiday season, and all year round.

“We Need the Voices of All Sectors of Our Community” to End Homelessness for Women in Chicago

As Chicago faces a growing homelessness crisis, non-profits are shouldering more responsibility for supporting those affected by a shortage of…

Opening Doors 2023: A Place to Grow – Event Highlights

On May 4th, more than 100 dedicated supporters of Deborah’s Place gathered with us at the Garfield Park Conservatory for…

Thanks for a Fantastic International Women’s Day!

Every year on March 8th, the world comes together to celebrate women: their strength, their resilience, their accomplishments, and the…

Women’s History Month Spotlight: New COO Tiffany Isom

Betty Washington, who first hired enthusiastic, energetic Tiffany Isom part-time in Teresa’s Interim Housing at Deborah’s Place many years ago,…

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