Quentina and Michael moved into their new apartment on Dec 1. Michael is struggling with terminal cancer and was struggling immensely being homeless without adequate access to showers and respite. Michael was diagnosed with cancer over five years ago. At the time he had an apartment and a good construction job. He went into treatment, and tests originally showed remission.
Dan is a transplant from West Virginia who came to Wisconsin to start fresh. Since arriving, Dan has patiently been networking with local agencies and trying to acquire housing. Working with social workers from Group Health Cooperative, Dan applied for Tellurian’s transitional housing program in November. We worked with Dan to make follow up calls to check on his status. In addition, we provided personal references to staff and attested to Dan’s outstanding character.
Nancy has been homeless for over a year. Against all odds, she struggled and persevered, sending in application after application to apartments and co-ops. On Dec 11, Nancy came to us and asked for a letter of reference for a landlord she would be meeting with on Dec 14. Skyler crafted a timely letter and gave it to Nancy to bring to her showing. The following day in support group, Nancy shared the news that the landlord had accepted her application and was willing to take a chance on her because of her determination and exceptional references. She moved in on Dec 16.
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