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Affordable Housing as a Vaccine for Healthier Children

“We have a new understanding of the interplay of how housing influences health in terms of stability, quality, and the effect on physical and mental health,” -Megan Sandel ...

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Did you know?

This gives insight to the need in Greenville!...

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Congratulations Don!

SCACED is excited to announce the election of Don Oglesby, as the new Board Chairman of SCACED, with a term beginning January 1, 2018. ...

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On the road again!

Alex is an intern in our men's development program. Many take their foot off the gas when they're near completion... Not this guy! :) He's just about to get started. Way to go Alex!...

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MEET LEE

Lee spent over 15 years in addiction. When everyone else said "no," Homes of Hope believed in him. Through Homes of Hope's Men's Development program he's now building a new life for himself and his family, while learning to build homes for others in need. ...

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Meet Jason

After 15 years of addiction and 6 months of rehab, Jason became a part of the one-year Men's Development Program. ...

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10 Years of Community

A Greenville native, Laura was one of the first rental clients in our mixed-income neighborhood made up of renters and homeowners in downtown Greenville. ...

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New and Improved

The before and after! ...

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Celebrating Graduates!

2016 Graduates residing in Homes of Hope neighborhoods! ...

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From Ruin to Restoration

I was raised in a good home with a good family. We weren’t rich, but I never went without either. I did well in school, and from an early age developed hopes and dreams for my future. However, as I entered high school I started giving in to peer pressure and partying. Occasional partying developed into a lifestyle, and as a result, I almost flunked my senior year fro...

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