“We get to know each other in this community. If you have problems, or someone’s messing with you or stuff, your friends have your back.”Read More
“I feel art is part of the most primitive therapy in any community. Visual arts, dancing, story-telling has always been a part of community. The art is already there.”Read More
“From PTSD to drugs to prison, I’ve had my struggles since I got home from Vietnam. But this apartment is an opportunity for me to be better. I see my psychiatrist at the VA, I go to my meetings, and I’ve been sober for nine months now. I’m thankful for every day.”Read More
“I hope that everyone in my community is happy, and I hope that things work for their lives. I hope they get the help they need…”Read More
Denae and her young daughter were a family of two that lived in constant transition. With no place to call home and put down permanent roots, Denae struggled to find a way to build the life she wanted for herself and her child. Something needed to change.
Danae applied to a transitional housing community for single parents with the goal to give her family the security they needed to change their lives for the better. Removing the constant stress of wondering where she and her daughter would sleep each night would set her free to begin focusing on work, school and other goals that would reshape their story.Read More
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