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Date Posted: 02.15.2022

Romelia

“I attended an Emmaus retreat in 2016 where a speaker shared her story [about her recovery following an abortion]. Her story resonated with me, and it planted a seed and desire to seek healing. I got a call from a friend who shared with me that the Project Rachel helpline was available in Orlando and…
Date Posted: 02.02.2022

Tracy

“Catholic Charities helps people within the community. They touch everybody here, so that was one of the main reasons that brought me here. What has impacted me the most is being able to touch so many people within the population because every day it’s someone different. One day, you’re helping feed people who don’t have…
Date Posted: 01.28.2022

Janice

"I have to take care of my elderly mother, and I’m not able to work, so we’re basically living on social security income. I’m more isolated due to the pandemic and unable to get help with people coming in and taking care of my mom, so that also limits my resources. The need has increased…
Date Posted: 01.14.2022

Barry

“I’ve got grandkids, and I said, ‘Man, my grandkids could be touched by this, and I got to know how to prevent that from happening.’ And then the other thing that was really interesting to me is that they the came to the conclusion that pornography is a lead-in to human trafficking. It’s a fueling…
Date Posted: 12.15.2021

Flo

“It’s community. It’s social. As far as I’m aware, everyone that comes here is single, so it can be kind of lonesome living alone. I live alone, so it’s good to get out around people, and I’ve met some really nice people here. It started out with the line dancing. I really enjoyed that. It’s…
Date Posted: 12.15.2021

Raiesha

“Back in August, I was going through a hard time—I was on a medical leave—so my income got cut by 40 percent, and I just got behind on bills. I had been paying what I could with what I had. Getting cut by 40 percent doesn’t sound like a lot, but when you have bills,…
Date Posted: 12.01.2021

Sharon

“My daughters took me to different places, and we liked this one on the outside, and we came in and liked it better than any of the rest of them. This is mostly a Spanish-speaking area, and I do not speak Spanish, but I’ve learned moving in I connected with several people right off. As…
Date Posted: 11.17.2021

Riley

“I really like the people that I’ve met here. All of [them] are really cool, so I really enjoy that. I think the cause is really good as well—coming in and making these bags to give to people who so desperately need it. I think those are two really good things that I’ve gotten from…
Date Posted: 11.08.2021

Frantzon

“I learned that there was a way to get some assistance over here, and they put God first, so I was also drawn by that. I received help with the immigration paperwork, that’s the main thing, also with food assistance and some assistance with the access program (Department of Children and Families). I also received…
Date Posted: 10.28.2021

Monica

“I was diagnosed in 2018 with diabetes and neuropathy. Through my diabetes, I have different visions and need different glasses. It comes and goes. I’m here at Lazarus clinic because they help me with everything I need. A lot of things I can’t afford, since I don’t have any insurance or income due to my…