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How Second Step Helps Second Step Housing offers safe homes paired with the training and structure needed for success. Second Step Housing began in 1996 under the name YW Housing, and since then, we’ve continued to grow to meet the needs of the community. 1996—1 house serves 3 women. 1999—4 houses serve 12 women and their children. 2005—Kauffman Town Homes are built, adding 10 units of permanent housing. 2007—Aurora Place Apartments are built, adding 25 units of permanent housing. Today—11 houses, 37 permanent units, and education resources serve over 400 individuals yearly We offer A safe place to live while putting your life back together Low monthly rents Case management, which includes: Help with accessing needed services Assistance with setting personal goals such as gaining education/job training, finding permanent housing and attaining financial independence and stability Group living environments, which include: Clean and sober living Shared living spaces and chores Regular house meetings Group education meetings twice per month to learn various skills Additional support, which includes: Nurturing Parent parenting classes Tenant Education of Clark County (replaces Ready to Rent)—how to be a great renter Women Helping Women-woman-to-woman mentoring program HOPE Program job specialist assistance
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I am getting readyTo be released from an inpatient stay in the hospital with six weeks sober underneath my belt and ready to start a new clean and sober life I am serious about taking the step and I’m looking for sober living transitional housing and a fresh new start
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I heard you help people who want to move to their home and not be homeless I need one I'm a disabled person 42 years old have no family only a puppy had brain surgery last week I collect SSI and I will be homeless in a week. I need help my parents are kicking me out after I have always paid rent I need help I know I have rights even though I'm disable some one help me
Hey my name's Heather I've applied in Vancouver housing authority lottery of appartments. And applied second step housing I have been living at a subsidy apparentment for 7 yrs I don't feel this is a place or area if like to progress or raise my kids I need help moving to Vancouver wa where I normally am from.
I had 15 years sobriety and relapsed. Experienced a tragedy and sent myself over to the addition for 2 years now and I want help with housing so I can remain sober. I have 45 days sobriety today.
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