“I looked forward to visits from my Interfaith Works case-worker. The fact that someone was simply coming to make sure that I had a safe place to live, food to eat, did not feel lonely and abandoned, was a priceless gift that constantly inspired me to move forward and overcome all the hurdles, large and small. As time went by and I tirelessly pursued every possible avenue of respectable income, I admired my Interfaith Works family, the safety net and security that it provided me with …. Their confidence in me and their trust in my ability are my priceless assets that I am carrying as I venture alone in the world …. I shall always remain indebted to Interfaith Works and hope to come back as a volunteer.”
-“Divya,” former Interfaith Works client who experienced homelessness. She now has a job and is living independently.