Hope Outreach Homeless Believes Work Builds Self-Respect


Hope Outreach Homeless Ministry believes work builds self-respect and has since been putting people to work to garner assistance.

According to Leland Streck, head of the ministry, they get people right out of jail with no income. They provide them food vouchers and clothes. The main goal is that they aim to empower people for responsible living.


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