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Homelessness in Fort Smith

On any given night in Fort Smith, approximately 70 to 80 men, women, and families are without shelter. The truth about individuals experiencing homelessness is that most have suffered some sort of trauma such as illness, loss of a job, divorce, domestic violence, mental health issues, etc. They are neither lazy, not lacking skills for employment – they need more than just a shelter or a meal.

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Four Pillars of Hope

Every individual requires a series of basic needs to be met in order to reach their highest possible level of functioning. Basic needs include but are not limited to food, shelter, and health care. By offering services that address the basic needs of an individual, the HOPE Campus’ client-centered approach to rendering services encourages clients to actively engage with their progress so that they may attain a higher level of functioning.

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Success Stories

At sixteen, Tabitha met someone while working at a fast food restaurant. He introduced her to meth. She loved the high, and used a lot through high school. At nineteen she was pregnant and stopped doing meth during her pregnancy, but started back after giving birth to lose weight. By twenty, Tabitha discovered using meth intravenously would intensify her high. And so began her downfall.

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