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."
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. Through his veteran’s support network, he was able to find his way to Kirby Manor in Cleveland.
Tiffany shares why being able to relocate to affordable housing has made it possible for her to be able to provide for her and her children despite the natural disaster that required them to start from scratch.
After facing domestic violence and losing her home, Southpoint Crossing provided a home and stability for Brenda while raising her kids and battling cancer. Now she has the opportunity to move on to a new opportunity.
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