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Impact Stories

Shepherd's House Mens Center

Men’s Center February Update

The story of Jerome, who just celebrated 5 months of sobriety after having lived 50 years with alcoholism. He stated today, “I have been at SHM for 4 months as of today, and this place is saving my life.” -Mike Yunker Men’s Center Director February Stat: 28 men in program Donation Request: Pillow Cases

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Shepherd's House Project SHARE

Project SHARE February Update

Met a new family out in Juniper Ridge and was able to provide them with supplies that they had been needing, especially with two young children. -Tim Ellis Project SHARE Coordinator  February Stats: $610 in propane given away Donation Request: Men’s pants (waist smaller than 36) women’s pants (size 6 and smaller) Men’s Jackets

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Continuum of Care

The Bend year-round shelter now serves as the Lighthouse Navigation Center, a comprehensive approach to helping individuals regain their footing and move beyond homelessness. With

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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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Shepherds house ministries text message from previous resident

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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