A loving alternative for homeless pregnant or parenting young mothers

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Living at Magdalene Home...

Hi, my name is Kayla and I started living at Magdalene Home in August of 2020.  Before I came to the Magdalene home, I was homeless and was not in a good life situation. I was able to find Magdalene home through resources and moved in to be reunited with my daughter.  I am in school and recently completed a work program through Youth 71Five Ministries called Vo-Tech.  At first, it was a different experience for me because I had never lived in community living before.  Everything was new to me, but it is easy to adapt to if you are willing to follow the rules.

I never thought that I would go to college before and just finished my third term at RCC, getting my last prerequisites done for a certificate program.  I have become an even more loving and nurturing mother to my daughter since being at Magdalene home.  They give me a safe and secure place to live and help with resources as well.  I have learned a lot of useful life skills through the programs that the Magdalene home provides.  Every Wednesday we attend a young parent group, which is really fun to go to and has childcare as well.  The coordinator for this group is an amazing and wonderful person! She has been a huge support system in my life, and I really appreciate her.

It was a huge step in my life to come to Magdalene home.  This home has been a blessing to me and everyone around me as well.  I appreciate everything and everyone that has entered my life through this home. Everyone is super nice and helpful.  I believe that God chose this path for me for a reason.  This verse was shared with me by someone special.

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.  –Jeremiah 29:11

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