Kristan
Kristan Face to Face, The Bridge for Youth, Arise Project
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Kristan
Homelessness happens when a young person comes out. But a homeless youth is probably not going to stand on the side of the road with a sign. They’re going to look like your son, daughter, niece or nephew.
Diana - Neighborhood House
Diana Neighborhood House
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Diana - Neighborhood House
I am thankful to Greater Twin Cities United Way because otherwise we wouldn’t have the home we do today. I went through hard times, but I couldn’t give up because of my kids.
Laura - Neighborhood House
Laura Neighborhood House
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Laura - Neighborhood House
Our apartment is ours, and I’m much less stressed. I would tell others “don’t give up”—there are people out there who care and want to help.
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Danisa - Staff at Neighborhood House
Neighborhood House
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Danisa - Staff at Neighborhood House
Our model is housing first, and then we can work on other things. We welcome everyone, and we meet families where they are at today- no judgement.
Theresa and her daughter
Theresa Avivo
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Theresa and her daughter
Avivo is helping me grow, and my daughter and I are growing together.
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Gigi
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Gigi3
We always have an opportunity to re-write our stories. I was able to rewrite my story because of United Way.
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Katrina YouthLink
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I identified being homeless as a situation that was part of my journey, not who I was.