After my mom kicked me out of her place because we were not getting along, I started coming to New Horizons Ministries in the summer of 2011. I was 18. I was homeless, depressed from losing a friend to her heroin addiction, and I was scared. This was my first time being homeless. The minute I walked through the door, Ken welcomed me to sit down and fill out the intake papers. He then showed me around NHM and offered me food.
I have been coming back ever since. Now I am 20 years old. I have a daughter. I am no longer homeless, and I am graduating from high school this June. I keep coming to NHM for case management, support with parenting from volunteers who are young moms, and for food. If it wasn’t for the amazing staff and volunteers at NHM, I may still be homeless.
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