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It is six in the morning, and eight-year old Samantha and her mother, Jessie, walk down one of the Inn’s hallways to the Information Center where Samantha chooses her snack for school while her mother signs out for the day. Jessie takes Samantha to the Conference Room where they are warmly greeted by the Inn’s Child Advocate, Ms. Chris. Jessie grabs a sack lunch and says “Good-bye!” to her daughter as she leaves for her day at work. Samantha is the first child to arrive to wait for the school bus, but she is not alone for long. Other students start joining her to wait for their buses (8-10 buses stop at the Inn every morning and afternoon).read more
Weekly Statistics as of 2.15.18
People Living at The Samaritan Inn
Number of Residents Who Are Children
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Meet Michele, a graduate from The Samaritan Inn
In this video, Christina shares her journey through homelessness and the difference The Samaritan Inn has made in her family’s life.