Sister Mary Scullion, Project HOME

Headshot of Sister Mary Scullion, President and Executive Director of Project HOME.

Sister Mary Scullion, President and Executive Director of Project HOME, has been involved in service work and advocacy for homeless and mentally ill persons since 1978. She was a co-founder, in 1985, of Woman of Hope, which provides permanent residential and support services for homeless, mentally ill women. In 1988, she founded the first Outreach Coordination Center in the nation, an innovative program coordinating private and public agencies doing outreach to chronically homeless persons living on the street.

In 1989, Sister Mary and Joan Dawson McConnon co-founded Project HOME, a nationally recognized organization that provides supportive housing, employment, education and health care to enable chronically homeless and low-income persons to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.

A woman and Sister of Mercy who’s determination to witness an end to homelessness for every man, woman and child, drives her daily work in the city of Philadelphia at Project Home.

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