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Annual Homes for Families Breakfast a Success

On November 9, over 400 people gathered at the Alliant Energy Center for The Road Home’s 13th Annual Homes for Families Breakfast. The breakfast is…

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The Road Home Receives North Star Award

Georgie Nazos (left) and Qiana Homes-Abanukam (center) recognized as unsung heroes for their work with families on Madison’s Northside. Crystal (right) nominated them. Fourteen years…

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Making Volunteering a Family Affair

Did you know that the more people volunteer the happier they are?  By volunteering at The Road Home, families like the Fackrells are reaping the…

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From Crisis Call to Stable Housing: Our Process

Have you ever wondered how families come to our shelter or housing programs? Tabitha’s story demonstrates the path from crisis to stability. Have you ever…

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Why We Support: Covenant Presbyterian

Covenant Presbyterian, supporters of The Road Home for almost 20 years, feels a natural connection between our mission and their church mission. Covenant Presbyterian is…

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Celebrating Success: Tim and TJ’s Story

For families that are homeless like Tim and TJ, life can be filled with setbacks. Yet, with a little help they can achieve what feels…

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Affording Housing: An Inside Look at Dane County

Here’s an inside look at how much a family needs to earn to afford housing in our community—and how our programs fill in the gaps. …

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Emergency Shelter Saves the Day: Dianna’s Story

After working at a stable job for 15 years, a turn of events left Dianna and her two grandsons with nowhere to go—except emergency shelter….

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Case Management Services Helps Family Reach Their Goals: Lisa’s Story

Lisa and her children, Cari (4) and Jerrel (1), became homeless when Lisa turned twenty-one. At this point, she was no longer eligible for foster…

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Rapid Rehousing Gets Family Back on Their Feet: Ella and Bill’s Story

Ella, her husband Bill, and their three children, Laura (19), Chris (9) and Nate (6) were homeless and living with family members. They had lost…

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