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Trigg House is a resource for women and children who receive government and non-governmental support in their day-to-day lives.

The mission of Trigg House is to provide a positive and supportive environment to families in crisis, foster, and adopted children, including those recently emancipated from the foster care system.

Our programmatic focus is to empower women and children by creating opportunities for dynamic education, financial proficiency,  job readiness, physical & mental health, and general wellness.

Trigg House fosters individuals towards empowerment and self-sufficiency, nurturing future leaders of, and meaningful contributors to, our community.

Co-Founder Cathleen Trigg Jones in the kitchen at Trigg House


This past summer, Trigg House founder Cathleen Trigg-Jones went on a community service trip to Tanzania and discovered an orphanage that truly touched her soul.

While Cathleen and her family did purchase a cow named “America,” the reality is these children need a lifetime of support through additional livestock, supplies, renovations, overall support, and more. Your donations will go to directly to the orphanage to provide immediate help.

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Volunteers are critical to Trigg House’s ability to connect women and children to the quality of life.


Not only does Trigg House function as a dynamic space. It is a resource for healing and wellness for women and children who regularly utilize government and nongovernmental programs for support in their day to day lives, it is also a vehicle for Cathleen Trigg-Jones and her family to assist individuals in need.


There are lots of ways to help!

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