"Terri" and her three small children had lived at several homeless shelters. She was hopeless and her children were failing school.

At BRM, Terri learned valuable budgeting and life skills and got a part-time job. She worked so hard, they offered her full-time, permanent employment. She built a savings account and became more confident in her parenting ability. While at BRM, it was the first time her children ever finished a school year where they started. Their grades improved and they began to blossom.