It’s how you look at life.
Stranded in a motel alone, Darla and her two sons take life as it comes and have found help and a way to survive.
In Six Words: It’s about progress, not about perfection.
Only 28 years-old and De’Angilo has already seen so much, of the world and of himself. Today, he is fighting the good fight, for his happiness.
In Six Words: I am still a good person.
Despite life’s trials, veteran Teresa works her way back . . . back to her family, her personal sustainability and to a home she can call her own.
In Six Words: One way out. Reality then reconstruction.
Young Brenton saw the military as his way out of a troublesome future. What he found was a harsh reality that today he is fighting to overcome.
In six words: In charge of my own destiny.
Debra's daughter was college-bound, until her husband lost his job. After receiving a foreclosure notice on Thanksgiving, she found herself homeless.
Hope for the future of our veterans
Now, with a stable foundation for the future, Chaz feels like nothing is impossible