Warren Village exists so that low income single parent families achieve sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency.
Specifically, Warren Village nurtures the potential in individuals and families through three on-site integrated programs:
- Housing — Providing safe, affordable subsidized housing; offering 93 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments accommodating families of up to six children and one adult.
- The Greta Horwitz Learning Center — On-site, nationally accredited, quality child care and early childhood education for as many as 113 children, ages six weeks through ten years, through a multi-cultural and gender-fair curriculum developed for at-risk urban kids.
- Family Services — giving parents and their children the opportunity to change and improve their lives through a full range of services, including comprehensive case management, vocational assessment, evening life skills classes, child-enrichment activities, mentoring and resident-initiated leadership opportunities.
In accepting applicants to our programs, we ask only one thing of them: They must be committed to making changes in their lives. To remain in the program, they are expected to demonstrate consistent progress toward personal and economic self-sufficiency goals. Together, in partnership with parents and children, we are dedicated to pursuing their full potential.