Clyde has been homeless for twenty years. Let this sink in as you think about the past two decades. Born in Gary, IN, he remembers moving to Virginia Beach and being a sixth grader at Linkhorn Park Elementary. His stepfather served in the U.S. Navy. Childhood was...
In this issue: read how Stephen went from being homeless to moving into a home in 48 hours; celebrate the success of JCOC's 35th Anniversary Gala; and find out how you can help provide Hope for the Holidays! Check out our Winter edition of Servings of Hope!
This fall’s newsletter highlights how a couple, Randy and Michelle find Help Hope and Healing; shares about our young volunteer Mikey's heart for others; and invites you to celebrate JCOC's 35th Anniversary on October 15th! Check out our Fall edition of Servings of...
Timothy has been homeless for over 35 years. This changed on June 25th when JCOC’s housing support specialists helped him move into a 1-bedroom apartment! Besides a few unstable housing experiences in his life, this is Timothy’s very first place of his own. Exciting as it may be, it is a huge adjustment for the 51-years-old.
This summer’s newsletter highlights how a combat marine named Vince is receiving help; shares the latest about how you’re helping to feed those who are hungry, and features two of our wonderful volunteers. Check out our Summer edition of Servings of Hope!
Vince is a Marine combat veteran. He was homeless last summer. As we observe Military Appreciation Month throughout May, two words that should never be side by side are “homeless” and “veteran”.