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A few months ago, home was a friend’s couch but as the days grew longer, Kellie grew more and more worried. Without a stable home, she wouldn’t be able to get her four children out of foster care. Without a stable job, they might not be a family again. Kellie turned to the TANF Program
Community Partners' affordable senior living facility Evernia Place was featured on the cover of the December 2015 issue of Affordable Housing Finance magazine. To see the front cover, please click here. To read the article, please click here.
A family is so much more than a group of people who live under the same roof. A family is a team – working towards a common goal and encouraging each other along the way. A family is a theater troupe – entertaining one another and making each other laugh. They are a doctor’s office, a
The American Dream is as vast and multifaceted as the nation itself. Some dream of a brighter future as a doctor or lawyer. Some dream of owning their own restaurant and feeding the masses and some dream of working hard and saving enough to retire on a boat in the Keys. Janelle
Community Partners was recently featured on WPTV News Channel 5 for our efforts in Riviera Beach's Stonybrook community. To watch the news report which aired on December 3, please click here. Local agencies come together to bring change to Stonybrook apartments in Riviera Beach
"We live where you vacation" - the mentality encapsulates Palm Beach County. Especially at this time of year when temperatures across the country are plunging to single digits and sight of the sun is a hazy memory. People come to Palm Beach County from all corners of the earth - to retire,
Home for the holidays is a common theme this time of year. Countless stories have been told about people dashing through the snow to get home and how even if you can’t make it by plane, train or automobile, you’ll by home for Christmas if only in your dreams. Amalie dreamed of a home to
At a point in every little girl’s life, she decides she wants a pony for Christmas. Most parents usually respond to this request by making sure that Santa leaves a teeny plastic horse with a shock of bright pink hair under the tree. Nine-year-old Natalia never got a chance to
Being a stranger in a strange land is difficult. Your new home doesn't feel like home. Not yet. Everyone else speaks another language and when you find people who do speak like you, it's just a little different. Their inflections and references are new to you. Even small, inconsequential
Ghosts of scars haunt Tay-Ama Bosquet’s forearms and wrists – faint reminders from her life working in the local packing plant. "I was a packer. Packers pack crates. That’s 48 ears of corn,” she explained. “Field workers, they throw the corn at us and we pack it and push down the boxes. We make