For the past six months, 24-year-old Victoriano has been living on the streets. “It’s hard to just take a shower and get decent food," he says. “Even with food stamps you can’t cook the food that you get.”
With substance abuse behind her, Diana now leads workshops for formerly homeless women.
"Once I realized that I had choices I could make, everything changed," says Le'Vonna, who now has her own home.
Homeless at 12 years old, Andre struggled until he found the help he needed: permanent supportive housing.
Barbara is 46 years old and has been homeless in Wilmington since 2004 after her mother passed away.
Aretha is a 46-year-old LA native who has been homeless for 13 years. Once she gets matched with a home, she hopes to be reunited with her son, daughter and grandson.
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