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June 2016 e-newsletter

Joseph's Journey Feb 2016 ThumbnailStories on how partnerships and program enhancements are helping our acutely ill homeless men experience better health and housing outcomes!
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spring 2016 Newsletter

In this issue we profile recent graduate Jaime, who knows firsthand what it's like to be hit by a bus - figuratively and literally. New Executive Director Christine Horne shares what she's learned about Joseph's Home in her first five months on the job. Plus we recognize the many hundreds of friends who made healing possible for our residents in 2015 - and much, much more!
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February 2016 e-newsletter

Joseph's Journey Feb 2016 ThumbnailA recap of Warm Hands, Warm Hearts 2016, photos from the 2015 Christmas party, exciting news about Perseverance in Hope 2016 and more!
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Sisters of Charity Health System Announces New Executive Director for Joseph’s Home

CLEVELAND – November 20, 2015 – The boards and leadership of the Sisters of Charity Health System and Joseph’s Home have named Christine Horne as the next executive director of Joseph’s Home.
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Joseph's Home featured in the 2015 good news Giving series

Two of our former residents were profiled in the 2015 Good News Giving Series in The Plain Dealer and cleveland.com. The story ran on December 12, 2015.
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Fall 2015 Newsletter

In this edition of Joseph's Journey we profile recent graduate Mr. Benz and share a letter from Board Chair Kathy Heigle which talks about the changing landscape of homeless services. We also profile a philanthropic leader, reflect on Perseverance in Hope 2015, celebrate a new van, and memorialize three former residents who passed away earlier this year.
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August 2015 e-newsletter

A recap of Perseverance in Hope 2015 and a story of how Mr. Hill's life was transformed through the caring generosity of Joseph's Home friends and supporters.
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Spring 2015 Newsletter

Newsletter CoverIn this edition of Joseph's Journey we recognize the hundreds of caring & generous supporters and partners who helped make healing a reality for our residents in 2014. We also profile recent graduate Mr. Herbcha and share a letter from Executive Director Georgette Jackson which talks about the severe health challenges faced by many of our residents in 2014.
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March 2015 e-newsletter

Pictures from the 2014 Christmas party and an account of how time spent at Joseph's Home helped change preconceptions about the homeless for two high school students.
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Joseph's Home featured in the 2014 good news Giving series

Two of our former residents were profiled in the 2014 Good News Giving Series in The Plain Dealer and cleveland.com. The story ran on December 9, 2014.
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Fall 2014 Newsletter

Fall 2014 NewsletterIn this edition of Joseph's Journey we share the story of Terrell, who faced a rough road after he "aged out" of foster care. We also profile our staff nurse Sister Sandy LoPorto, SSJ-TOSF who recently celebrated two major vocational milestones, recap Perseverance in Hope 2014 and share plenty of updates on Joseph's Home alumni who have successfully transitioned to permanent housing because of the generous support of friends like you!
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July 2014 e-newsletter

When U.S. Army Veteran Mr. Baker decided to get help for his addiction to drugs and alcohol he knew it would be hard.
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Spring 2014 Newsletter

In this edition of Joseph's Journey we share the story of Danny, whose life was turned upside down when unemployment and neuropathy struck at the same time. Also included are an exciting update on 2013 graduate Mr. Martin and our 2013 Donor Honor Roll - the list of all the people and organizations who contributed financially to Joseph's Home last year. Thank you for your generosity! Your gifts restore hope and dignity to the acutely ill homeless men we serve.
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2014 Feast of St. Joseph Celebration

Friends and supporters of Joseph’s Home gathered on March 19, 2014 for a celebratory Mass and reception at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center.
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February 2014 e-newsletter

When he arrived at Joseph's Home in August 2013, Mr. Peterson sensed that his life was about to change for the better.
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Collaboration between Joseph's HOme and Tri-C Benefits Students and Residents

This story in the January 2014 edition of the Campus District Observer highlights the role that Occupational Therapy Assistant students play in the healing our residents experience.
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Joseph's Home featured in the 2013 good news Giving series

Two of our graduates were profiled in the final segment of the 2013 Good News Giving Series in The Plain Dealer and cleveland.com on January 1, 2014.
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November 2013 e-newsletter

Joseph's Home considers it a privilege to help homeless veterans recover their health and heal their lives. Today we salute one of our most recent veteran graduates.
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Fall 2013 Newsletter

This edition of our newsletter includes stories about recent upgrades and investments in the Joseph's Home facility and program which are paying huge dividends and changing lives. Plus, we bring you up to date on some of our recent graduates and profile a volunteer who has helped Joseph's Home residents improve their health through therapeutic gardening.
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august 2013 e-newsletter

All around Joseph's Home there are exciting signs of healing and growth in individuals, teams and the organization as a whole.
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ReSIDENTS KEEP THEIR COOL WITH NEW AIR CONDITIONING

For years the residents, staff and board of Joseph’s Home have longed for the day when all resident rooms and common areas would have air conditioning. On sweltering summer days, the indoor temperatures in many rooms can become uncomfortably high, which creates an unnecessary challenge for residents who need rest and reduced stress to heal. Thanks to generous funding support, that dream is now a blissfully cool reality...
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Mural Brings New Life to Joseph’s Home Entryway

When Hawken School students offered to paint a mural at Joseph’s Home, someone had to decide what they would paint. The students turned to the residents themselves, who requested a floral theme. Thinking of themselves as seeds, they suggested that the flowers represent the growth and blossoming that happens in them during their time at Joseph’s Home...
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Occupational Therapy Assistant Students Help Residents Get Ready for Life

It takes more than one or two services to prepare acutely ill homeless residents for a stable, healthy life after Joseph’s Home. Nursing care, case management, wellness counseling and financial counseling are a few of the most obvious. But occupational therapy is an often-overlooked hero that is critical to preparing residents. For more than seven years, students in the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at Cuyahoga Community College have come to Joseph’s Home for field experience...
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Spring 2013 newsletter

This edition of our newsletter contains more stories and updates on the men whose lives have been healed at Joseph's Home. Plus, there's exciting news about the plan to install air conditioning in our building, recognition of the donors who supported us financially in 2012, and helpful information on how the federal budget sequester of 2013 may impact organizations like Joseph's Home.
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Joseph's Home Announces 2013 Benefit Luncheon

Cleveland, Ohio (May 17, 2013) – Joseph’s Home, the only Northeast Ohio organization with the sole mission of helping severely ill homeless men recover their health and stabilize their lives, will hold its signature annual fundraising event Thursday, June 27 at 11:30 a.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel Cleveland Downtown—Lakeside. Dick Russ, former WKYC and WJW television news anchor and current vice president of resource development for North Coast Community Homes, will deliver the keynote address at the event, which is titled “Perseverance in Hope: The 2013 Joseph’s Home Benefit Luncheon.”
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2013 Feast of St. Joseph Celebration

On Tuesday, March 19 over 50 supporters and friends of Joseph's Home gathered at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center to celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph and to recognize over 450 generous organizations, foundations and individuals who supported Joseph's Home financially in 2012.
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FEBRUARY 2013 E-NEWSLETTER

This edition of our e-newsletter features stories of unexpected blessings. If you didn't receive the e-newsletter and would like to receive future emails from Joseph's Home, click here to sign up for our mailing list.
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FAll 2012 newsletter

We are pleased to present the Fall 2012 edition of Joseph's Journey. We hope you enjoy reading about the residents whose lives have been transformed by their time at Joseph's Home.

Thank you to the supporters who make this work possible. Without you, these stories could never be written.
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Joseph's Home grad profiled in the Plain Dealer

Joseph's Home was selected as a recipient of the Plain Dealer's Holiday Spirit Award for the second year in a row in 2012.

Joseph's Home received a $10,000 cash award, and our graduate John Hall was profiled in the November 28, 2012 Plain Dealer.
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Art Program helps vet heal at Joseph's Home

The September 2012 edition of the Campus District Observer includes a profile of Joseph's Home graduate Roderick Walden. Mr Walden, a U.S. Air Force veteran and amateur artist, lost his home after a long string of health problems left him unable to work and maintain his house. With his health in rapid decline, he was referred to Joseph's Home. Click on one of the links below to read the rest of his story. If you read the pdf version, Mr. Walden's story is on page 7.
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