Charles Revello, who has been homeless for about two years, recently landed a job.
Early on, Steve Hampton’s lifestyle was harming others and himself. While serving a 10-year prison sentence, he found a reason for hope.
As a child, Martha Freeman fought for those who couldn’t fight for themselves. She has continued that fight, only in a different way.
After leaving the Marine Corps, Charles Revello lost his family, and his home, because of drugs. But, something his mother said on her deathbed helped Charles to start being honest with himself.
Though he’s encountered challenges growing up in the city, James Taylor still hesitates to leave it behind.
While Matt Pizur’s early life was defined by a rocky relationship with his father, he’s been able to carve out his own sense of happiness.
After spending his last four days in jail, Gavin Groce reflects on his past and where he wants to go from here.
Life hasn’t been kind to Mostafa Saifula lately, but he remembers what a “normal life” used to feel like.
Daniel Kwasigroch, who lost his mother at a young age, has struggled with addiction for much of his life. Now, with the help of another woman in his life, he’s working toward a better future.
Leonard Gage Jr. has lived through challenges some could not even imagine. In the process, he learned from past failures and found a reason for hope.