What is hope worth?
On Wednesday we welcome Stephanie Primm and Patrisha McLean. And we look at the Knox County Homeless Coalition/Hospitality House.
An amazing 90-95% of the Hospitality House hard-working clients who remain active in their program are maintaining sustainable independence more than a year out—successfully living, working, and thriving in our community. It works, because it is individualized, and humanized. It builds on trust, on building a positive human relationship. It works because they take into account the holistic human condition.
Hospitality House addresses needs that are not just economic and physical but also emotional and psychological. They figure out how to build up the foundations necessary to support their clients long into the future. This is not easy. This is not quick. This is not cheap. But, this provides hope. This changes lives.
Join us as our guests Stephanie Primm and Patrisha McLean delve into hope and humanity for those who need help.
The Chris Wolf Show will be broadcast live on May 24, at 8 a.m. on WRFR Community Radio at 93.3 FM, MaineCoast TV on Time Warner Channel 7, BCTV Channel 2 in Belfast, the Maine Coast TV ROKU channel and also on the web at www.MaineCoast.TV/live.
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