The Jane Pfaff House is a fully furnished and equipped home for up to six women, and a live-in House Manager. The house manager has separate quarters so that the women can be on their own with supervision or guidance as needed.
The Jane Pfaff House is a safe, secure, peaceful, temporary home where the women can learn to be a self sufficient productive citizens.
The Jane Pfaff House, a very large home that was ENTIRELY donated to SVTH, was named after the wife of the benefactor. This house was designed perfectly to meet the needs of the transition house concept. The home is located in Black Mountain, North Carolina, where the community support has been tremendous.
Local businesses, churches, and individuals joined in securing the house, then adopting rooms and furnishing them with beautiful furniture, linens, and equipment. An experienced house/program manager was hired to guide the women in establishing transitional goals, and to supervise the women in their responsibilities in the house, their attendance at required training activities and meetings.
Type: non profit