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May 2016 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Veterans Remembered & Thanked Rick enlisted in the Army in 1969, after graduating from Coquille High School. It was the height of the Vietnam War. He was 17-years-old, too young for the military draft lottery. Because he volunteered, he got to choose […]

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April 2016 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. An Environment of Hope Amy was born in Roseburg. She is a part of the statistics of those not graduating from the local high school. Her self-evaluation is one of having a hard time concentrating, not getting into special education classes, not […]

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March 2016 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Easter Is New Life Bondage Broken! Greg has had to live with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) since childhood. It is characterized by inability to concentrate, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. It is a condition, not an excuse. He is a graduate of Roseburg High […]

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February 2016 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. I Needed Some Place To Go Brittney grew up in a single parent household with her mother. They both learned to be very independent, yet quite attached to each other. Brittney earned her GED when she was 15-years-old, then got a job. […]

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January 2016 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. When His Marriage Broke Up Paycheck To Paycheck Lifestyle Caused Homelessness Joseph said, “I was having issues with my wife. We had a fight, screaming at each other over something stupid. I went to work. I called to apologize, but that turned […]

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December 2015 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. A Fighting Chance Recovery seemed to be going well enough for Alysha and her husband. They have two terrific sons, Hayden (5) and Hudson (3). They were a family and were renting a house. She has a full-time job. Life was stabilizing […]

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November 2015 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Bentley Got His Mom Back Bentley needs his mother, as any three-year-old does. There is just no perfect substitution for a little boy’s mom. We are designed that way. So restoring families is the best option, when those relationships are healthy and […]

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October 2015 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Accidents Happen Through no fault of his own behavior, Rick took a serious fall, hitting his head on a concrete sidewalk. His forehead became swollen with a lump the size of a baseball. A tumor formed inside his head. He has a […]

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September 2015 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. History of Samaritan Inn 30 years ago, in October 1985, Samaritan Inn began in the house pictured on the left. Old newsletters report the reason for opening a homeless shelter for women and children was domestic violence, the same social problem we […]

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August 2015 Newsletter

Download a PDF to read the full newsletter. Or read our featured article below. Rescued From Domestic Violence Domestic Violence is the number one reason mothers and children, as well as single women, flee from their living situation to find safety at Samaritan Inn. They are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population, both nationally […]

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