It is with great sadness that we share the passing of Neill Sullivan, Casa Teresa Co-Founder, on April 12. He was surrounded by his loving family and went peacefully.
Neill has left a last legacy through his work in the community, especially the founding of Casa Teresa, a home for more than 5,600 women and babies over our 38-year history.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested monetary donations be made in Neill’s memory to Casa Teresa, P.O. Box 429, Orange, CA 92856 or here (Please indicate in the "Notes" section the donation is in memory of Neill Sullivan). We ask that you kindly keep the Sullivan family in your thoughts and prayers. Neill will be greatly missed.
Casa Teresa has been home to over 5,500 women and children over the past 38 years. We offer high quality training and education programs in the areas of prenatal care and parenting, health and nutrition education tailored to the needs of each resident, all within the security and comfort of a loving and supportive residential setting. Career case management, financial guidance and life skills are stressed, increasing the probability of a successful future for mother and baby.
We save lives by providing a temporary home and on-going support for pregnant women 18 years of age and older who are alone. Life skills and education programs prepare these women to make loving and informed decisions for themselves and their babies.
Our vision is to empower pregnant homeless women 18 years of age and older to achieve life long self sufficiency for themselves and their children.
Casa Teresa is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.