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Stephanie came to U.S. at age 14 with her parents. She share that adjusting...

to life in America with a real challenge. Her parents divorced making things more challenging. She shared that she became pregnant at age 15. She reports that she has 4 children and 4 grandchildren. She is separated from an estranged husband of whom she had 2 children. Stephanie related that she began to experiment with OxyContin and Heroin at age 20. She reports battling drug addiction since that age. She has been separated from estranged husband since 2004. She reports being unhoused for the past 6 years. She shared that she desires to learn how to remain clean and sober. She shares that she looks forward to being independent and having a safe place to live.

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Stephanie is in need of payment of her monthly cell phone bill of $50

Meet by:12/22



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Jeff Lilley
former CEO, Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
The number one question I'm asked, is " Jeff, how do I respond when asked for help on the street? Samaritan is an answer to that question.
Nicole S.
now-housed Samaritan Member
This is the first time in seven years people have seen me for who I am, not what I look like or come from.
Chris C.
Samaritan Member
Thanks to samaritans for checking up on and feeding me… Don’t know how I would have ate or kept warm many nights without you.
Laura L.
now-housed Samaritan Member
Sometimes, you can feel really invisible and it can kind of feel al lot of times like there's no help out there. It was just nice to have people be like "Yea, we really want to help."

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