About Us


Over 30 yrs ago, God shared his vision with Pastor Deloris Borum to build a home that would give homeless women and their children a second chance. A place where they could be trained in budgeting, finances, academics, and life skills. Where they could be provided with individualized programs and counseling to promote healthy families and healing.

NATASHA House is that vision. NATASHA House is a safe place for women and their children to rebuild their lives as they transition to permanent housing. Residents receive support and education on how to live financially independent and maintain self-sufficient, stable households. The letters in “NATASHA” stand for:“New Alternative Toward A Secure Home Atmosphere."

Our Vision:
Inspire women to become self-sufficient, family oriented, career women who are maintainers of permanent housing through our supportive services.

Our Mission:
To empower and equip homeless women to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

The NATASHA House provides in-house programs and outreach services that minister to mothers and their children.

About the NATASHA House

Physical Needs
NATASHA House fulfills the basic needs of mothers and their children by providing shelter, food, and safety. 

Emotional wholeness 
NATASHA House provides unconditional love and support by nurturing the emotional needs of mothers and their children. Through counseling, mentoring and group interaction, by way of in-house and outreach programs, healing is enhanced and well-being is achieved.

Educational Opportunities
NATASHA House offers a variety of educational opportunities for mothers and their children. Using both in-house and external resources, mothers and children immediately begin their path to wholeness through programs such as HomeMakers and C.H.A.M.P.S.

Psychological Health
Natasha House is a place of healing. Our Bridge to Wholeness is a restorative systems thinking model that acknowledges the psychological growth and healing that is essential to successful independence.


 Women are eligible to live at the NATASHA if they are:

  • sleeping in places not meant for habitation
  • living in emergency housing for homeless persons
  • evicted with no residence and lacking the resources to obtain a home
  • destitute due to serious medical conditions

Women are ineligible to live at the NATASHA if they:

  • have violent felony convictions
  • have restrictions limiting their interactions with a child
  • have active domestic violence cases
  • are actively using alcohol or illegal drugs
  • have a history of violent, explosive, or destructive behavior that does prevent them from working

Board of Directors