Santa Rosa Bridges out of Poverty

Adding first person perspective to poverty

Adding first person perspective to poverty

Harper is 19 and homeless. As an unwed mother to 1-year-old Harvey, she got ousted from her boyfriend’s house. Now living in a homeless shelter, Harper relies on Food Stamps and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families to pay bills. Without a car, she rides public transit or walks everywhere she needs to go, with Harvey […]

Group effort used to battle homelessness in school district

Group effort used to battle homelessness in school district

The Santa Rosa County School District isn’t simply trying to help the homeless students in its schools. Its goal is to break the cycle and end the problem. “Our goal is to provide students the resources and support to graduate from high school and transition to college and a career,” said Dr. Karen Barber, the […]