Homeless shelter extends stays to help clients find housing

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Homeless shelter extends stays to help clients find housing

‘All walks of life’ earn chance to find stability, permanent housing
Nakeia and James Muñoz make lunch in the kitchen of the Volunteers of America Durango Community Shelter. They have lived in the shelter with their daughter for about nine months. They want to share their story to “give hope and inspiration to others,” Nakeia Muñoz said.

Homeless shelter extends stays to help clients find housing

Nakeia and James Muñoz make lunch in the kitchen of the Volunteers of America Durango Community Shelter. They have lived in the shelter with their daughter for about nine months. They want to share their story to “give hope and inspiration to others,” Nakeia Muñoz said.

Homeless shelter extends stays to help clients find housing

Nakeia and James Muñoz have lived in a bedroom they share with their daughter in the Volunteers of America Durango Community Shelter for nine months. They expect to receive a housing voucher in the next few months, but it will not provide enough assistance for their family.
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