Welcome to
Marsha's House

A History of Advocacy

Proudly named after Marsha P. Johnson, Johnson was an activist and an outspoken advocate for gay and transgender rights. She was at the forefront of the fight in New York where she was a prominent figure in the Stonewall uprising of 1969, and quickly became a revolutionary leader in the LGBTQ community helping homeless and struggling LGBTQ youth.

About the Program

Launched in 2020, Marsha's House is a four-bedroom home located in the King Park neighborhood that offers a safe, welcoming, and affordable living space to LGBTQ+ individuals experiencing homelessness, with a specific focus on transgender adults. The goal is to support each client obtain and maintain stable and sustainable housing upon completion of the program.

Our Service Plan

Upon entry into the program, an individualized service plan is developed under guidance of a wellness & care specialist.

INDIVIDUALS SERVED
(most recent year)

16

16

AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY (months)

6

 PERMANENT HOUSING
(% of clients placed)

100

Facts & Figures
Learn More

To get involved and support Marsha's House, please contact our
Senior Director of Interim Housing.

Volunteers Packing Food
"Marsha's House saved my life."

Name, Guest House Client