A Light at the End of the Tunnel

One night when T’kora was 17, she woke to the sound of her Mom screaming. She grabbed a golf club and ran to her parents’ bedroom. Her Dad was beating her Mom. “He’d been choking her all night,” she explained. “There was a body-sized hole in the wall where he’d thrown her through it, and […]

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An Amazing Journey

“I’m richer now with nothing than I was when I had everything.”  “I’m on an amazing journey right now,” said Ron, a current resident at City Mission.   “People here don’t see me as a failure.  They look at me like I’m a victor and not a victim.” Not that long ago, Ron was the General […]

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CPR Training for Staff and Residents

  This month seven City Mission staff members and ten residents completed the American Heart Association CPR/AED certification (adult and child) & Narcan training with our RN/Clinic Coordinator, Rich Moore. This is an official 2-year life saving certification.   This was the first time  the certification training was made available to our residents to participate […]

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