Te veo House

Te veo house will provide short-term transitional housing to homeless women, empowering them to get back on their feet.

"Te Veo" translated from Spanish to English means "I See You." 

When women move into Te Veo, they will be given the opportunity to rest and take positive steps forward toward recovery and restoration. Residents will have access to the broader resources at ODM, including job training, life coaching, and the support of staff and Open Door Fellowship church. Women will be able to stay at Te Veo from one day to four months.

To create space for Te Veo House, Open Door is remodeling our 1520 Marion Building to house up to 16 women at a time. Zoning and construction permits have now been obtained and construction is in process, with hopeful completion by the end of 2019.


The Te Veo House is a joint effort between Project I See You and Open Door Ministries.

Project I See You exists to create cross-cultural experiences that invest in women’s worth and value, ultimately leading to changes in our lives and communities.

Please join us by volunteering, praying, and giving financially.