Meet Louis

Categories: Success Stories
Mr. Louis came to The Lord’s Place on May 17th and has made tremendous progress since day one. He knew his goals – to pay off his in-credit card debt, own a house in Century Village, and reconnect with his family. He currently receives disability income and works part-time at a RaceTrac gas station and …

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Meet Mr. Riley

Categories: Success Stories
Mr. Marvin Riley, aged 55, was first introduced to The Lord’s Place in 2006. After several attempts to lead a crimeless life, he finally had the motivation he needed, and in 2018, Mr. Riley returned to The Lord’s Place Men’s Campus, now the William H. Mann Place. Since his return, Mr. Riley has worked closely …

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Tenielle’s “Struggles Made Her Stronger”

Categories: Other, Success Stories
Tenielle became a nurse in 2006, had her own apartment, a child, and had her life together. When she became pregnant with her second child, she had to stop working for the duration of her pregnancy. Once she was ready to return to work, she became pregnant again and could not return. Both babies were …

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Meet Takeria

Categories: Other, Success Stories
Takeria and her two daughters, who were under the age of two, became homeless after an incident of domestic violence. The family lived in her car for a couple of months before entering the Lewis Center. She was connected with a local agency who provided her daughters and her with a 90-day stay in a …

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Just Out of Incarceration, Rogero Was Ready For Change

Categories: Other, Success Stories
Rogero was born and raised by a loving family in Boynton Beach. He was an exceptional athlete, lettering in football and also playing on the local baseball team. Rogero had professional abilities until he began to associate with the wrong crowd. Soon, his poor judgment of friends took him down a path that landed him …

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