In 1991 I was homeless. I was a high school dropout. I was angry at the world. Ozone House gave me a safe place to collect myself, get counseling, and hold down a steady job. They game me compassion when I needed it most.
Since then, I have gone back to school, followed a dream, established a prominent career and I am starting a family. This would have been a very different story had it not been for the support I received in that very crucial time. Now I mentor others who need help as well, and recently had my "little brother" be the best man at my wedding.
When you help a youth in need today, you are helping all the people they touch in the future. No one sees that as much as I do, so...
Sincerely, M. R. Kimmins