Posted on Apr 1, 2012 in News and Events, Newsletters
“I didn't have hope. I had lost hope completely. I was regretting coming to America. But here I have found people who identify with my situation. We are not bad people—we just have been in a bad situation. Now, when I am traveling around the valley near the HOUSE of HOPE, I envision being a part of the community—living here and belonging. This is the hope that this place has given me."