Denise, who has been at Interfaith Sanctuary for three months, reads in her bunk in the women’s dorm. “They treat me like a human being,” she said. She’s starting a new, full-time job soon. Still, it will take a while for her to save enough money to afford a place of her own, she says.
Denise, who has been at Interfaith Sanctuary for three months, reads in her bunk in the women’s dorm. “They treat me like a human being,” she said. She’s starting a new, full-time job soon. Still, it will take a while for her to save enough money to afford a place of her own, she says. Katherine Jones
Denise, who has been at Interfaith Sanctuary for three months, reads in her bunk in the women’s dorm. “They treat me like a human being,” she said. She’s starting a new, full-time job soon. Still, it will take a while for her to save enough money to afford a place of her own, she says. Katherine Jones

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