Jeremiah Program


Jeremiah Program serves single moms and their children experiencing poverty in Austin, Texas. Our mission is to disrupt the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. JP believes that no mother should have to choose between investing in herself and her children.

About us

Jeremiah Program Austin

JP Austin began serving families in 2013 and opened a residential campus in 2017. The 35-unit housing campus for single moms and their children experiencing poverty includes an onsite child development center with capacity to serve up to 60 children. 

  • 209 moms and children participated in JP’s two-generation programing
  • 40 children benefitted from high-quality learning in our onsite child development center
  • 31 families benefitted from safe and affordable housing on our campus

Full House of Hearts

Join us May 4th for a casino-themed night of fun and games in support of JP Austin’s mission.

Erika Rosa, a JP Austin graduate, shares her story with KVUE news.

EASTside Magazine profiles JP’s holistic two-generation approach.


Ways to Get Involved

Join the movement to disrupt generational poverty in Austin, Texas.


Our supporters know that women are world makers and single moms are miracle workers. Your gift to JP helps ensure our moms never have to choose between investing in themselves and investing in their children.


Your commitment of time and talent makes a measurable difference in the success of our families. We offer a range of opportunities for both individuals and groups working with mothers, children, donors, events and staff.


We are excited to work with corporate partners in our community to further support JP families and invest in our mission. Reach out to learn more about opportunities to partner with JP Austin!

“There were a lot of things in my past that I felt overwhelmed by. Now, I feel more in control of my immediate surroundings and my potential and achieving that potential.”

— Alyssa, JP Austin Alum

Contact JP Austin

Address: 1200 Paul Teresa Saldaña Street Austin, TX 78702

Phone: (512) 770-9036


Austin Staff

Lindsey Ashburn, CDC Teacher

Olymaris Corchado, CDC Director

Jacqueline Delgado Bowen, CDC Teacher

Maria Delgado, CDC Teacher

Gloria Gonzalez Dholakia, Executive Director

Eve Duplooy, CDC Teacher

Chelsea Evans, Operations Manager

Isabel Lopez Felix, CDC Teacher

Alexis Frezza, Program Coordinator

Gaudencia Miranda Hernandez, CDC Teacher

Ashely Hudson, Family Coach

Brittany Jackson, CDC Teacher

Kimberly Benford Johns, Community Teacher

Nancy Madrid, Family Services Director

Marlene Maldonado, CDC Teacher

Alex Martinez, CDC Teacher

Tai McCants, CDC Teacher

MeShay McKinney, Family Coach

Marla Miller, Family Coach

Katie Apple-Nooey, CDC Teacher

Laura De La Pena, CDC Teacher

Sierra Randall, Director of Development

Kristine Regunan, Administrative Assistant

Kasandra Sanchez, CDC Teacher

Diana Still, Development Manager