Again this quarter we are so pleased with the many successes we’ve seen, but as we enter the critical final months of 2015, we will face an ever-increasing demand for housing that peaks during the holiday season. That demand can only be met with your continued confidence in our efforts,
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We had a very successful second quarter at Harvest House, but as recent news articles have shown, the need for services for the men and women who are homeless in Sarasota is greater than ever.
Lately there has been a fair bit of media coverage on the issue of homelessness in Sarasota and the best way to manage it … Starting back in 2013, Sarasota spent tens of thousands of dollars—and earmarked hundreds of thousands more—agreeing to and then rejecting a solution that offered promise
“Even though she’s had transportation limitations, she has maintained employment for her family – no excuses. She takes buses, walks, and even pays for late-night cabs to get to and from work, and she never complains about it.” -Cheryl Clunk, Director of Family Services This year on January 26th there
For far too many veterans here in Sarasota County and across this country, joining the military has proven easier than leaving it. To try and cope with the disturbing memories that they bring home, it’s not uncommon for veterans to turn to alcohol, and sometimes drugs, to numb their emotions,
“It was nice to bring our baby to a home from the hospital instead of to our truck.” On a Friday afternoon in October 2014, we received a phone call from the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office. They found a family of five with a pregnant mom living in a truck
We had a very successful first quarter at Harvest House …