From the cold streets of Chicago to his home of many years in St. Paul, Aaron shares his gratitude for the first apartment he's ever had.
Stories from Participants
A former Marine, Chris shares how he's working on sobriety and battling the effects of PTSD.
Caring for his mom and others caused Doug to become homeless, but now things are only getting better.
Ken reflects on all the progress he and his two children have made over the last few years.
Lynda talks about the little things that make her home special for her and her two children.
After graduating from the program, Marlis and her two sons plan to move into a new apartment with Section 8.
After losing their home to fire, Mary and David’s family of eight are now safely housed and focusing on school and work. Hear from Mary and her daughter Nyeyoup.
A survivor of domestic abuse, Mary and her two daughters are rebuilding their lives with courage and creativity.
Together again in one city, Nancy shares how her three daughters and four granddaughters are supporting one another.
A traveling salesman before he became homeless, Russell shares how he went from camping outside to an apartment of two years.
“It is possible to end homelessness, and I’ll tell you why. It has ended for me. And if it can end for me, it can end for everyone—I don’t see why not.”