Mary’s Village is a 12-24 month transitional living program for unhoused men. Established in 2020, Marys Village is a new 30,000 square foot home constructed with support from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Marys Village is a therapeutic community that helps residents develop personal, social and emotional skills required to live a healthy and productive life. While in placement, residents participate in programs such as Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous, group therapy, individual counseling and access to health and mental health support. Residents also pursue educational and vocational goals to help them prepare for independent living.
For more information please call (909) 332-7440
About Mary's Village
Learn more about Mary’s Village from Terry Kent, Mary’s Mercy Center Board Member and Owner of CrestWood Communities. Mary’s Village was a dream Fr. Barry had and designed on a napkin and with the help of The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and CrestWood Communities this dream became a reality and officially opened its doors in September 2020.
Hear from Frankie, a current resident at Mary’s Village, about his time here and how the resources here have helped him.
Still to Come...
Phase II – Opening Spring 2023
Mary’s Village Phase II will provide 16 units of brand-new affordable housing to support our transitional housing program for homeless men. After residents complete our Phase I program, they may become eligible to transition into Phase II housing where they will continue to live in the Mary’s Village community while working and preparing themselves for independent living. Our Phase II housing project was made possible by a grant from San Manuel and our partnership with Crestwood Communities.