Kyle was just a 16 when he and his mother and siblings ended up homeless. His father left the family, and his mother developed a serious drinking problem.
"Me and my family were basically in broken pieces,” he says, but at Union Station they found the support and the resources they needed to put the pieces back together and start rebuilding their lives.
His mother began her journey back to sobriety and found a job. Kyle and his brothers were able to return to school and catch up.
Within a few months, the family moved into their own apartment. Kyle graduated high school, and is now a confident 21-year-old with a fulfilling job.
“When I came to Union Station, I was in a really dark place but, while there, I found peace. I could finally see that there was something better at the end of the tunnel.”
Angry and feeling inadequate, John’s early bad judgments and bouts with drugs and alcohol found him at age 33 living in his car.
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