Laura shares her experience working with Hurricane Katrina evacuees who were placed in Houston in 2005 and how working in affordable housing influenced her approach to health care today.
Formerly homeless and living in his car, Bill shares his experience from losing his home, spending a winter in his car, and finally finding relief in the form of a friend's assertion that "veterans do not live in cars."
Victoria found herself in need of affordable housing after five back surgeries that rendered her unable to do her job as a nurse and the passing of her mother.
Kathleen is a single mother and found herself in need of affordable housing shortly after the birth of her daughter made it difficult for her to afford a stable home at the market rate.
Robert and his wife came to Kirby manor when his health deteriorated rendering him incapable of working his job and they could no longer afford the home that they lived in.