Six formerly homeless individuals. 
Six lives transformed. Six powerful stories. 

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Doris Ford

After Hurricane Katrina, Doris Ford had no home and no job. Now she works at the Cleveland women’s shelter that she once needed to call home.

 

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Gary Cooper

Gary Cooper, a Marine Corps veteran, abused alcohol to escape the grisly recollections of combat. Gary now credits his recovery to supportive housing.

 

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Guy Klien

Guy Klein became homeless in 2005. His failed relationship cost him his housing. Now in an apartment and rebuilding his life, Guy is working to find a job.

 

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Jim Rogers

Jim Rogers turned to drugs when he lost his job. Now 41, Jim has the tools to stay balanced, and has been sober for a year.

 

 

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Marilyn Penn

A halfway house burns down, and suddenly, Marilyn Penn is homeless and jobless. Today, she loves her job and is saving to buy her first home.

 

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William Fair

William Fair was homeless and battling schizophrenia and drug addiction. Now he's college-bound and wants to be an environmentalist.