U.S. Veteran Pete
U.S. Veteran Pete was first approached by Ascencia’s outreach services at a Glendale park in urgent need of medical attention. After a half a dozen successful blood transfusions, Pete was immediately brought into our emergency shelter having access to Ascencia’s services and programs. Today, Pete lives on his own with continued case management in a studio apartment in Glendale enjoying his newfound home and freedom in housing.
Ascencia Client Barron Hopkins was a family man and worked in a profession he truly enjoyed. After years of marriage he separated from his wife, who moved away with their children. He then moved to California to care for an ailing uncle. When his uncle passed away, Barron was evicted from the home. He was homeless and on his own… until he connected with Ascencia.
Living paycheck to paycheck, Adrienne Boswell lost her job and found herself and her child homeless. Taking shelter with friends and family, it could not be a permanent solution. Luckily, with the help of Ascencia, she got a second chance for her and her son.
“Ascencia really was like the lights at the end of the tunnel.”
Meet John Sims
John Sims struggled for many years living on the streets of Burbank. He became estranged from his family and had no one else to support him. He decided that it was time to make a change and Ascencia was ready to help him. He now gets to spend the holidays in his new home. Will you help him celebrate? The burden of the holiday can be a set back for many of our families. This holiday, your support can go a long way in helping our families feel at home.
Meet Mike, Gary, Lisa and Tonisha
Meet The Vazquez Family
Rene and his family of five (including 17yr old son, newborn and 2 yr old daughters) came to Ascencia in the winter of 2010 when it became too cold for the family to continue living out of their car. After a short stay in Ascencia’s emergency Shelter, Rene and family entered Ascencia’s Transitional Housing Program and an apartment of their own.
“I ended giving birth to my son while living at Ascencia and they took on the second parent role as far as making sure we were comfortable and we had everything we needed.”