Much of the first year of Heaven’s life was spent in the hospital. Since moving with her Mom, Maya, from a homeless shelter to SOME’s affordable housing, she hasn’t been back once.
Struggling to get off the streets, Asa came to the SOME Center for Employment Training (SOME CET) for help. He graduated and is now working to become an electrician. He says, “The only thing that can stop me is me, and I’m not stopping.”
You would never guess that Ms. Hill had experienced homelessness. But for two and a half years, she lived on the streets as she pounded the pavement, looking for work. She finally caught a break – watch and see how everything changed.
Meet James, a proud resident of Anna Cooper House, one of SOME’s affordable housing programs for single adults. Find out how he was able to combat homelessness and mental health issues with the help of SOME.
At 16, Noelia was left homeless with two young children. See what she achieved and why she says, “I always said that I would take off, and I did.”