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Sean is a 51-year old male who came to the Inn in May of 2017. He is single with no children. His only surviving family member lived in permanent supportive housing in another state. After over-staying his welcome at a friend’s house, Sean came to the Samaritan Inn. At the time he could not afford to rent an apartment in Collin County.read more
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In this video, Christina shares her journey through homelessness and the difference The Samaritan Inn has made in her family’s life.