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Other Stories of Hope
Chantal was facing an eviction notice and one day, while grocery shopping, the locks on her apartment were changed with all of her belongings inside. Chantal and her children were forced to leave everything behind and move into a local homeless shelter. When Chantal saw her FH apartment for the first time, she burst into tears. “I can’t believe that this is really mine,” she said.
When Melanie first came to FH, it was clear that her spirit was broken and her circumstances had crushed her self-esteem. She is now full of life, motivated and continues to exceed every goal she sets for herself. She has reduced her debt by over $13,000 and is waiting for approval for a Habitat for Humanity home.
Shannon came to Fellowship Housing in a desperate situation. She was in the midst of an ugly divorce and custody battle while living out of her car. Shannon was unable to obtain custody of her then three year old son because she did not have a stable living situation and was unable to afford housing because she was drowning in legal fees. Fellowship Housing worked quickly to secure an apartment for Shannon and within one month she was granted custody of her son.