Our Stories

David's Story: A Vietnam Veteran, David became a professional painter but an unfortunate accident lert him disabled. Paralyzed for two years and out of work, he lost everything...his marriage, home and self esteem.  "Without the people and services provided by The Way Home, I couldn't have turned my life around."

 

Suzie's Story:  Suzie was pregnant and without housing when she came to The Way Home. As a survivor of domestic abuse, Suzie found safety, security and stability to raise her daughter at The Way Home.  "I'll be helping The Way Home the rest of my life for sure!"

 

Meghan's Story:  Meghan leads the largest den in Cub Scout Pack 135 and last December her Wolves brought Christmas presents for five children fleeing domestic violence with their mother; a scene too real to Meghan, as she encountered a similar situation with her three sons. The Way Home provided the support and safety she needed to succeed.

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26 chronically homeless adults with disabilities found permanent housing through The Way Home.