What We Offer
Emma Norton Services strives to be an inclusive housing program. While we have both family and adult women’s housing programs, we do not discriminate by race, color, age, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability or genetic information.
Emma Norton Services also provides educational and social opportunities to help women, children and families get healthy and get ahead.
Both Emma’s Place and Emma Norton Residence offer educational opportunities for women, covering subjects such as life skills, personal growth, mental health and chemical dependency. Emma’s Place also offers parenting classes.
On average, 55 youth reside at Emma’s Place and it is essential to keep them active and engaged. Emma’s Place offers everything from 4-H, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, tutoring, field trips, fitness, arts, camps and more to help kids achieve their best in a stable environment.
When new families enter into the program and community at Emma’s Place they are welcomed into a community that is designed by residents and for residents to promote and build positive support networking systems. Families are engaged from a holistic approach and address concerns from a multi-generational perspective.