Arbor House was acquired by St. Francis House in 2013. Arbor House provides affordable transitional housing in a communal setting to working mothers with children. Each family works with a case manager to design a plan to move to self-sufficiency. Low-income families who cannot afford market rent benefit from this set-up since they work as a community to achieve similar goals. The extended time families can stay at Arbor House, combined with their case manager partnership, has allowed mothers to pursue education and skills, and thus, increase their incomes.
Arbor House provides affordable, transitional housing in a communal setting to working mothers with children. There are 13 rooms available for rent, where residents get their own room, but share bathrooms, kitchen, and living room with other tenants.