Our Beginning 

The Hebron House of Hospitality began with a group of volunteers and Waukesha-based church leaders who identified a need for emergency shelter for local homeless people. The agency was incorporated in 1982 and the first shelter opened in August 1983 under the leadership of our founder, Bernie Juno. Since then we have continued to evolve our services and programs to address the changing and complex needs of people experiencing a housing crisis.  We work collaboratively, internally and externally, to achieve the best outcomes possible for our guests.

Our mission is to provide shelter and services to help individuals and families overcome their homelessness.  We accept all people facing homelessness regardless of their circumstances.  We support, guide, and advocate in ways that promote greater self-sufficiency. 

Hebron House  (women and family shelter

Hebron House was reconstructed in 2010.

We welcome single women, single women with children, and families at the Hebron House Shelter at any time of the year. We are able to serve 35 persons and reach capacity nearly every night. While at our shelters, individuals develop goals to increase income, save money and find permanent housing. Case Managers and House Managers work with our guests to ensure community resources are accessed to help achieve success. On average, over 80% of our guests find permanent, sustainable housing and never need us again.

Siena House (Outside In Program for Men)

Siena House Shelter The Outside In Program is an innovative new approach to meet the needs of the single male homeless population in Waukesha County.  This program further enhances our agency’s mission by providing a warm bed and the necessary support and resources for our guests to become re-established in the community. The program includes shelter, intense case management, assessments and referrals, and, most importantly, a pathway to success by providing Home, Help, and Hope.


Jeremy House (Safe Haven

Jeremy House Safe Haven

Our Jeremy House Safe Haven offers shelter to 7 adults diagnosed with a mental illness. Resources and community information on jobs, education, health, are provided, as well as our outreach staff to assist with working toward permanent housing.

Jeremy House is a warm, tranquil environment with licensed social workers and Case Managers who develop individualized plans to meet the physical and mental needs of each guest. Guests stay at Jeremy House an average of 180 days in an effort to stabilize their illness, save money and find permanent housing.

Homelessness Prevention 

We believe in the prevention of homelessness. We provide the following forms of assistance to help keep people in their homes.

  1. Expediting social security benefits for eligible persons experiencing homelessness.
  2. Outreach and education to over 400 homeless individuals a year about the programs and services our community offers.
  3. Affordable permanent housing that we own and rent for almost 40% below the comparable housing rate.
  4. Case Management services to families and individuals that are currently housed.

The vast array of services and programs offered through Hebron House of Hospitality continue to grow and change based on the needs and service gaps of the community.