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Voices out Loud: Tracey Lee 10.26.2018

Tracey is a native Washingtonian who lived in Southeast for most of her life. At first, her neighborhood was convenient and close to the metro. But later on, the surrounding area became a dangerous environment to raise children, so she quickly moved and found herself at Copeland Manor Co-op.

Voices Out Loud: Louyse Hardy 10.11.2018

Recently widowed in 2015, Louyse found a new home to call her own in Landfair. Shortly after, Hurricane Irma hit the community hard. Here is her story.

Voices Out Loud: Adrian McGilvry 10.2.2018

A native Washingtonian, Adrian originally came to Copeland Manor to take care of her mother in a home that was safe and secure.

Voices out Loud: Bill and Grether Ginorio 9.17.2018

When Grether contracted a fatal infection, she and her husband sold their possessions and left their home in Homestead, Florida to live with their daughter until her time came. When Grether miraculously recovered from her illness, their home was gone and they effectively found themselves homeless.

Voices out Loud: Sandie Richard 9.17.2018

Days after Sandie, pregnant at the time, and her family moved to Harvard House, her son was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Disease. Sandie now spends most of her time going back and forth to the hospital through her son's illness.