Season of Sharing: Family pulling back from the brink – Herald Tribune
December 13, 2014
The only thing missing from the White family’s Christmas tree is the Green Bay Packers Cheesehead as the topper. Jason White said it’s in the mail courtesy of his mother in Wisconsin — a family tradition. A small thing, perhaps, but it will make this house seem more like home … Read More
Family Haven Offers Hope On Challenging Issue – SRQ Magazine
September 30, 2014
While some aspects of a community plan to tackle homelessness have proved evasive, leaders gathered Monday to celebrate the opening of the North County Emergency Family Haven … Read More
Center opens to help homeless families in crisis – Herald Tribune
September 29, 2015
Today, a family suddenly evicted from their home in Sarasota County, or a battered mother seeking safety for her children, have few options … Read More
Hansen: Caring for our own – Herald Tribune
September 29, 2014
A few months ago, one of my staff members got a call from her husband, who had just arrived home from work. A woman in their neighborhood was out on her front lawn, clutching her five young children and surrounded by their belongings, in pouring rain. She had been evicted from her rental home when the owner lost the house … Read More
Transforming How We Help Families – SRQ Magazine
September 20, 2014
“We’re entering a new stage of how we help families requiring homeless services. It’s not just with our hearts; it’s with our heads. And I think it’s miraculous … Read More
The Good News: Harvest House – The Observer Group
February 4, 2014
Nine years ago, Kristen Kohl’s life was much different. Her 2-year-old son died tragically in a firearm accident. Subsequently, she lost custody of her other two children, and their father was sentenced to 13 years in prison … Read More
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Home Again is a housing program that helps families prepare for long-term housing stability. The best fit for the program is families that have many challenges to housing, but are willing to engage with the program to improve their housing situation. Families must be willing to set goals, meet regularly with a case manager, attend life skills classes, and participate in individual housing stability plans.