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I first became Homeless in October 2019. I entered rehab on November 1st,...

2019. I have been sober since. After leaving rehab, I was welcomed at a Salvation Army Shelter and I have been staying there ever since. I was thankful to have time to focus on my health before moving forward. I attended AA and NA meetings regularly. I bonded with the staff and guests at Salvation Army and Mary's Place Day Center who also helped me stay sober. Now I am ready to move forward. I am looking for employment first and my next goal will be to find long-term housing. I am hopeful for my future. My goal is to find part time employment and find some volunteer work with a non-profit organization if possible. For fun I love boating!

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The number one question I'm asked, is " Jeff, how do I respond when asked for help on the street? Samaritan is an answer to that question.
Nicole S.
now-housed Samaritan Member
This is the first time in seven years people have seen me for who I am, not what I look like or come from.
Raven R.
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I've been on the streets for 13 years. I've seen and heard everything. This probably has helped me more than anything else.
Laura L.
now-housed Samaritan Member
Sometimes, you can feel really invisible and it can kind of feel al lot of times like there's no help out there. It was just nice to have people be like "Yea, we really want to help."

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