P.O. Box 50590
Austin, TX 78763


P.O. Box 7430
Fargo, ND 58106


1510 Laurel Ave., Ste.100
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Saint Paul

932 Concordia Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104

National Offices

Jeremiah Program, headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization whose proven, holistic approach transforms families from poverty to prosperity two generations at a time. The program provides single mothers and their children with a safe, affordable place to live, quality early childhood education, empowerment and life skills training, and support for career-track education.

Fully Operational Campuses

Jeremiah Program currently has two fully operational sites—in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, MN— that serve 300 women and children annually. Click on the links in the colored boxes above for more information about a location. Or visit our Campus Life page to take a virtual tour.

National Expansion Efforts

Jeremiah Program is responding to the growing number of single mothers living in poverty by expanding into new communities. Phase one of a campus in Austin, Texas, opened in fall 2013, with plans to break ground on a permanent campus in phase two in 2015. In addition, leaders in Fargo, North Dakota–Moorhead, Minnesota are making progress in establishing a campus in their community and a pilot program is underway with Endicott College in Boston.

At the core of our growth strategy is local adaptation of our program model. As Jeremiah expands nationally, we retain core programmatic tenant and outcomes that each location follows; however, we encourage and empower local partners to adapt programming based on their assessment of community-specific needs and available assets.

If you are interested in bringing Jeremiah Program to your community, contact President & CEO Gloria Perez.

Two Generations Transformed

Read about our accomplishments in the 2014 annual report.

The Determined Women of Jeremiah

Jeremiah celebrates our June 2015 Minneapolis & St. Paul graduates!

Jeremiah Program in Action

Watch award-winning filmmaker Steve Liss' profile of Jeremiah Program.