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Stories of Hope
Betty was a figure skater, headed to a professional career, when a fall during a double axle at 15 years of age changed her path forever. She grew up in California, and moved to Washington [...]
At 64 years old, DeAnn found herself homeless after the love of her life passed away. She was sleeping in her car at a truck stop in Eastern Washington. She started making her way towards [...]
A Place Like Titusville “If not for MSC, I could not have gotten my degrees, and could not be as employable as I am today,” says Shelly. Shelly has lived at MSC’s Titusville [...]
There is hope “I just wanted to call to say thank you for being there,” said Lisa when she called MSC right before the holidays. Lisa was in town visiting [...]
Looking for a comeback “My life went the way of the Mariners. Back in 2001, I had the best job of my life and was loving life.” Dean is a [...]
A small focus group comprised of veterans (and some current duty service members) recently selected William J. Wood Veterans House as the name of the Multi-Service Center’s Veterans Housing Project being built on Pacific Highway [...]