Yet he had no home to go to when he got out of the hospital.
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Haywood Street Respite is a home-like environment where adults experiencing homelessness can stay for a few weeks after being discharged from the hospital to finish their recovery. It is a program of the Haywood Street Congregation, a faith community whose members are as likely to live under a bridge as in a nice home. At the Respite, work is done to connect folks with community supports and, if appropriate, substance abuse treatment services. Many are ready to engage in treatment after a health crisis.
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Ongoing participation with the Haywood Street Congregation provides a source of strength for the journey of sobriety. He was raised in a Baptist church where sin was the usual topic. Pastor Brian Brian Combs and Jody — they talked about good stuff, happy stuff. Everyone welcomed me like I was family.
The Respite has been in operation since and can care for up to eight people at a time who have no place to go after hospitalization. Of individuals served, 80 percent have gone to live somewhere other than the streets or camping upon departure. Some have gone to stay with friends and family. Others were accepted into a transitional housing program, secured an established bed with one of the shelters, or enrolled in an in-patient substance abuse treatment program. Haywood Street Congregation was founded in by the Rev.
Brian Combs, a young United Methodist pastor responding to a call to reach out to men and women living on the margins with a message of acceptance and belonging. The ministry has grown rapidly, and today between and gather each Wednesday for table fellowship and worship. Many are recovering addicts and alcoholics who, like Griff, name this community an important part of their support system. Follow Jesus. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia , disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.
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