After his depression when diagnosed for years, Walter attempted suicide in 2001. Now, finanlly with a diagnosis and the support he receives from Phoenix House, Walter is working on bettering himself and becoming independent.
Vivianna, a mother of two, shared one bedroom with her children at her mother's house for years until she decided that she needed more independence. After less than a year at Belton Woods, she moved out of affordable housing into her own home.
Konswella is Program Director at Community Friendship and works to provide social and health services at Phoenix House in Atlanta, GA. She shares how supportive services at affordable housing communities are critical, and how they are a catalyst for many residents' growth and success.