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David Shadd from Hope Center shares with other participants about needs and scope of care.

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Hope Center and staff from over 20 organizations met yesterday for a Lexington Homelessness Prevention & Intervention workshop around medical respite care. Medical respite provides in between care for people experiencing homelessness who are too ill for an emergency shelter but not ill enough for a hospital. Together, these Lexington agencies plan to create more options for those in need of respite. ... See MoreSee Less

Amber Cronen from Hope Center and Ginny Ramsey from Catholic Action Center discuss respite care needs for people in emergency shelters.

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David Shadd from Hope Center shares with other participants about needs and scope of care. ... See MoreSee Less

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Amber Cronen from Hope Center and Ginny Ramsey from Catholic Action Center discuss respite care needs for people in emergency shelters. ... See MoreSee Less

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The speaker for this year's Don & Mira Ball Education Builds Hope Luncheon is...Dr. Brenda Combs! Dubbed "homeless to hero," she has an incredible story that speaks to the heart of why One Parent Scholar House exists. Support this worthwhile organization, and the parents and children it serves, by sponsoring or attending this event in May! Find more info and tickets at www.oneparentscholarhouse.org. ... See MoreSee Less

We're excited to announce our featured speaker for this year's Don & Mira Ball Education Builds Hope, Dr. Brenda Combs! She is living proof of what the human spirit can overcome. With her life story dubbed “from homeless to hero” by the media, Dr. Combs overcame a cocaine addiction and an unrelenting life on the streets to attain a master’s degree in special education, earn a doctorate in organizational leadership, and become a teacher of at-risk youth – all while raising a young son on her own. You can find tickets and more info about this event at www.oneparentscholarhouse.org. Join us for this awesome event!

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