30 Years of Isaiah House
Isaiah House members and staff partied like it was 1986 to celebrate the program’s 30th anniversary. Thanks to your support, this day program for individuals experiencing both homelessness and mental illness is still going strong.
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When James first heard about SOME, he was sleeping under a bush outside of Union Station. His desire to provide for his son and get his life on track led him to change everything that he knew.
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SOME is creating a 320,000 square foot green building where poor and homeless Washingtonians can access affordable housing, job training and health care. It will be the first facility in the District to combine these services.
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Heaven and Maya
For her first year of life, Heaven often coughed up blood and stopped breathing. This would have been difficult for any young family, but it was especially hard because Heaven and her mother Maya were homeless. See what happened when they moved into SOME’s affordable housing for families and meet others who have transformed their lives with SOME’s help.