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I grew up poor and because of poverty I was forced to live on the street from the age of 6. It was horrible to live outside.
I've worked as a flooring technician, and warehousing. I am now looking for work which is not physically demanding. But I'm not sure what.
My injury and not being able to work has led to most of my difficulties in life.
I feel safe as long as I have housing. I am happy that it goes well and gets better with time.
If I had unlimited resources I would love to help my friends.
Pray for good health.

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Rhoda Kaellis Residence
New Westminster, British Columbia

Rhoda Kaellis Residence is a supportive and transitional housing development recently built on Royal Avenue in New Westminster. The residence has 24 apartments for those with a history of homelessness, mental health issues and substance abuse. Residents of the 11 transitional apartments receive housing with support services for up to two years while the other 13 are affordable units that provide permanent independent housing

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