"The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our homes to remedy this kind of poverty."
- Mother Theresa
Homelessness comes at a very high cost to individuals, communities, and systems of care. Local government, citizens and social service agencies are often strained to fund the costs associated with homelessness.
Founded as a non-profit organization in 2016, Artis Transitions was formed to help homeless individuals and families in the Shenandoah Valley transition to
Since its inception, Artis Transitions has been committed to connecting individuals and families with effective support services that help them overcome homelessness and transition into successful and established lives.
Supporting families in their transformation from surviving to thriving as they transition from homelessness to self-sustainability.
All families in the Shenandoah Valley have the opportunity to thrive.
We Keep Families Moving Forward
Randy & Roxanne
"Thank you for helping our family in our time of need. What you have donated to my family is appreciated beyond belief. You are helping us back to our normal, everyday life."
"As a single mom of six, this is a godsend to my family. Mrs. Susan Venable is a very kind-hearted person. We love her, and we all think very highly of her and her program."
"Susan has such a heart for people, especially those who are struggling. Her background in behavioral science and her work with local non-profits give her the knowledge and the connections to really help families get back on their feet. Her own life experience as a wife and a mother have given her the empathy necessary to earn the trust of those she seeks to help."