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  Deana is a hardworking, single mom who has been searching for a safe place to live with her five-year-old daughter, Saynt, for a long time. Often forced to move from place to place, and having to rent rooms and apartments in unsafe neighborhoods, Deana worried that Saynt wouldn’t be […]

The Medina Family

Welcome Home! Celebrating the completion of our Barry Street project Thank you to everyone who tuned in to our virtual Barry Street dedication on Saturday! We were thrilled to finally welcome our Barry Street families home and celebrate two more Habitat families completing the process of homeownership. The Morales-Castro and Lembo […]

Barry Street Dedication

Karina, Roberto, and their two young boys have been trying to find affordable housing for many years. After filling out countless applications for various low-income housing programs in the county, Karina felt like giving up on ever becoming a homeowner. The family are currently living in a reinforced shed on […]

Morales/Castro Family

“This repair changed my life, I can’t thank everyone enough. I can’t even imagine having to shelter in place in my previous circumstances. Thank you Habitat.” John, Habitat Home Repair Recipient. ⁠ ⁠ In this time of uncertainty, safe shelter is more important than ever before. As our volunteers and […]

John’s Home

Laura is a hardworking single mom of two boys who has always dreamed of owning her own home. She worked and saved for over a decade with the hope that she would be able to put a down payment on a house. Sadly, with housing costs rising each year, her […]

Laura’s Family

Blanca’s Family Seven years ago, Blanca, a single mother, and her four daughters were living in a one-bedroom apartment in an unsafe neighborhood. Their living conditions were unendurable, and still, their cost of rent was so high that they sometimes could not afford to pay for basic needs like food […]