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In January, Army veteran Pamela Coleman reached out to HVAF for help.
She had lost her job and needed a home. HVAF moved her into one of its transitional houses and set her up with a case manager: Amanda. In addition, Amanda helped Pamela with her social security and disability.
“When I started here, I didn’t have too many goals or know where I was supposed to go,” Pamela said. “HVAF has really helped me to accomplish my goals.”
She also said she loved being at HVAF because of the special perks: free haircuts, spa days, a hospitality room where she can watch movies with other veterans, a computer lab where she can work on her resume, and the yummy cookouts.
After nine months, Amanda helped Pamela receive disability and move into her own home!
“This is a day I will never forget,” Pamela said, as she opened the door into her new place at 1010 Central Apartments. “I want to thank everyone for helping me get to this place.”