St Joseph's Home for Boys was a dream that became reality in 1985, bringing boys off the streets of Port au Prince to provide them with a Christian home and family. The family grew from five boys living in temporary quarters to approximately 20 boys and a large home that included comfortable guest lodging, a chapel, and an art center. After the 2010 earthquake destroyed the home, most of the children were relocated to Trinity House in Jacmel. A smaller group of St. Joseph family members currently live in a home that is next door to the original St. Joseph's. The spirit of the St. Joseph Family remains in the current home, which has been decorated with salvaged pieces of the impressive St. Joseph collection of Haitian art. Guests may be accommodated at the rate of $40 a night, which includes two meals and the opportunity to worship daily in the rooftop chapel services.