Temporary Shelter Closures - What’s next for our homeless neighbors?

Categories: Homeless Aid
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Date: Wednesday, June 10 2020

SVDP has been incredibly grateful to local non-profit partners who have mobilized to provide basic services for the health and safety of our unhoused neighbors. As we move forward, it is imperative that our community continues to advocate for change alongside the unhoused community and nonprofit stakeholders. Together, we can find creative solutions to end the cycle of homelessness.

Resident Services: Connection and A Litmus Test

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Date: Wednesday, June 10 2020

Long before COVID-19, Hoover Chambliss had no use for long-term care facilities. That’s a conundrum for someone whose trajectory of the past 40 years seems to point in that direction. 

Resident Services “Make It Feel Like A Community”

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Date: Monday, June 8 2020

Danielle Rogers and her four children have lived at SVdP’s Bascom Village since the affordable complex opened in 2015. They were delighted the place was not only new, but full of surprises.


Resident Services A Big Help to Sommerville Mom

Categories: Email Newsletter, Housing
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Date: Monday, June 8 2020

Darcy Anderson has been living in St. Vincent de Paul housing for almost five years, and says it has changed her life. “Living here has helped us so much," she said. "We have built a home base, a foundation. It is a safe place for our kids to play together.”

First Place Mom’s Success is St. Vinnie’s Gain

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Date: Wednesday, June 3 2020

smiling ladyDesiree Mitchell can talk about homelessness and its challenges because she's been there. Now she's meaningfully employed in the very place she found help.

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