All La Casa de Don Pedro centers are closed until further notice. Some programs are operating remotely.  La Casa is compiling news, resources and updates to our program operations daily.

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About Us

La Casa de Don Pedro responds to the needs of Greater Newark, New Jersey’s communities with comprehensive programs that empower people and revitalize neighborhoods, every step of the way.

Our network of programs and services are available to people of all backgrounds and all ages. Our programs promote family well-being, healthy child development, educational achievement, employment opportunities, social justice, affordable homes, financial self-sufficiency, energy conservation, and neighborhood renewal.

From parenting education to inter-generational programs, formal classroom education to comprehensive housing counseling,  legal immigration assistance to helping make people’s homes more energy efficient, our goal is that our residents access all they can to improve their quality of life.

View our Programs & Services flyer for a listing of all that we offer.

Latest News

We’re Stepping Up While Stepping Back!

All of us have been impacted by the recent closures, sheltering-in-place, and news updates changing, by the hour, due to the coronavirus epidemic, and we hope you and your loved …

Coronavirus Update

Current as of March 16, 2020 Effective immediately, all La Casa de Don Pedro centers are closed and all programs and services have been suspended until further notice. In response to the …

Burgers & Brew was a Night to Remember!

Burgers & Brew was a night to remember. La Casa de Don Pedro’s annual fundraiser, held on Thursday, September 19,, 2019 at McLoone’s Boathouse in West Orange, was filled with …