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Hope Given = Hope Forward

On day one, Claire stepped through the doors of Shepherd’s House with her little daughter in one hand and the lifelong challenges of addictions and dysfunction in the other. As she began immersing herself in the long-term program at the Women and Children Center, she began to work through and grow past the hurdles holding her back and was allowed to see what the hope of a better life could be like. After working through several of the phases of growth the SHM program offers a unique opportunity opened for Claire for a housing voucher, which is next to impossible to acquire in Central Oregon. Walking alongside the housing voucher process, Claire and her daughter started on that path of hope she first dreamed of. On December 15, 2022, she joined us for our Family Dinner, a smile beaming from ear to ear. She spoke of lately getting a job with Best Care, where she will serve as an addiction counselor, and now feels like she can get back in the same way she was given. We are so proud of

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So My 4 Children Can Have Hope-Misti’s Story

Misti came to Shepherd’s House hours away from ending her own life; distraught, confused, and desperate. She had reached the end of the rope, but God has other plans; There was not only healing for her but there was also generational healing for her whole family. Her story illustrates this unlikely outcome.

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Giving on Giving Tuesday

So many in our community struggle with food insecurity, have kids to feed without resources to feed them, or lack basic necessities that help life make sense. On this special day, Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated to Global Generosity, we want to make an impact, and we are reaching out to ask for your help.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Heather

Volunteering doesn’t have to be a solo mission. As we sat down with Heather Salvesen, who is this month’s volunteer spotlight, she shared that her work with Shepherd’s House Ministries has been a great way not only to serve but also to connect with family and friends. Shared experiences with family, friend groups or her women’s Bible study group all have been a catalyst for doing important, life changing things together.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Emily

Meet Emily, an incredibly strong woman, domestic violence survivor, ultra-runner and champion for Shepherd’s House. Emily will be running the Moab 240 Endurance race to raise money for SHM. You can help Emily reach her goal by donating here: https://gofund.me/497deb1c

Eco Wellness is a huge part of our recovery program. The outdoors has a tremendous ability to help individuals deal with trauma and aid in their recovery. Whether through exercise, wilderness activities or just appreciating the disconnect from the day-to-day – it can be very therapeutic.

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