Five years ago Yesenia Ríos moved from New York to North Carolina in hopes of a better future and Although he lived without a home with his two childrenYes Latino family finds a home they can nameNot Kannapolis.
Rios found herself in a situation where she had no place to liveBut she found refuge with Cooperative Christian Ministries, and it’s also where she met Cabarrus County Habitat for Humanity, which stepped in to help.
Yesenia enrolled in a home ownership program (Habitat for Humanity) in which Learned about budgeting and other financial skills And now the mother of two has opened her home.
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What did Yesenia Rios say about her new home?
Latino family home in Kannapolis was named after house of hope and the institution that gave him the property insisted on him This is an opportunity to start again and get a second chance.,
Yesenia said she was excited to be able to make a fresh start, as well as nervous and He said this is the fifth time he has moved, but also the last,It’s been hard, but it’s been worth it, I take great pride in what I’ve achieved and it’s not just me but many people behind itHe highlighted this Thursday, January 26, during a brief speech on getting home.
Bill Shelton, executive director of Habitat Cabarrus, Emphasized the importance of community and working together to achieve these achievements and solve the problem of homelessness.
According to Habitat for Humanity, the goal is that the homes they provide are for women and built by women, for which they also thanked each of the volunteers who worked for Yesenia Rios’ home.