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Andy arrived at The Samaritan Inn in March after the living situation with his brother became difficult and he was unable to afford a place of his own. For the past five years he had been making a living as a driver, most recently with Uber. However, Andy found that he didn’t make enough money to sustain himself independently. In a recent study published by MIT it was determined that the median pretax profit for Uber and Lyft drivers is typically about $3.37 per hour.read more
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2018 Samaritan Inn Gala Video
In this video, Christina shares her journey through homelessness and the difference The Samaritan Inn has made in her family’s life.
Larry’s journey from homeless to happiness is a powerful story.
Meet Michele, a graduate from The Samaritan Inn