Moments That Matter

Ben

I recently received an email from Ben who we helped move back into housing a couple of months ago. Ben had enjoyed using drawing as a coping skill to manage his anxiety in shelter, and he had been very excited to move into a place of his own so he could draw in a quieter space and perhaps pursue a career as an illustrator. In the email, he sent me several templates that our Case Management team could use as coloring pages, of which we happily shared with other shelter guests. If he wants to I hope Ben finds a way to channel this passion into a career!

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Jake

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I sat down and helped create an in-depth housing plan with Jake. We identified his strengths and pla...

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Laura

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Once she was settled into her apartment, Laura was able to spend a lot of time interviewing. She suc...

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Casey

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In our first meeting, Casey expressed feeling nervous to engage with Case Management due to his anxi...

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Ben

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I recently received an email from Ben who we helped move back into housing a couple of months ago. B...

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Jordan

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Case Managers at the Men's Resource Center hosted a "Communication is Key" workshop, to help with co...

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Cory

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Cory has been staying in emergency shelter for multiple years and has been hesitant to engage in sup...

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