A Home Starts with a Community


At our heart, we are present to the profound challenges faced by youth who have aged out of the foster care system, those who never had a home, and those who yearn to belong. When establishing a new SHP location, we mindfully craft a nurturing environment, tailored to provide a true sense of belonging and a place they can call home.

Every home name honors individuals who have profoundly impacted Seed House Project. Their stories embody the very essence of our mission, vision, and core values, reminding us every day of the profound purpose that guides our work.

Seed House Project

Living community for male and non-binary male-bodied youth in school or working full time.

Co-ed living community for student youth enrolled in a full-time college program.

At Seed House Project, our mission extends far beyond simply providing a place to live. We’re committed to fostering a sense of home that goes deeper—a home that travels with you, a home worth preserving, a home that plays a pivotal role in shaping your identity. This concept of “home” is at the heart of our mission, and it’s all about helping our youth discover their “why.”

We firmly believe that once you’ve found your “why,” the prospect of homelessness becomes a thing of the past. At Seed House Project, we go beyond offering shelter; we provide the essential tools and support needed to unearth our youth’s purpose.


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Ursula's Home bears the name of Ursula Durity, the grandmother of our founder, Garrett Underwood.
This student, community living space will be a co-ed program for unhoused youth seeking an engaging environment to live and learn. The campus will be fully equipped with a full kitchen, mini café, food court, production studio, library, game room, mindful spaces, and more!

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