The Road Home

In the News

Learn more about how The Road Home is making a difference for families in our community.

Education Specialist Qiana Holmes-Abanukam Wants to ‘Plant a Seed’ in Homeless Youth (The Cap Times, July 2017)
In her newly created educational specialist position at The Road Home, Qiana Homes-Abanukam helps families navigate the education system as effectively as possible by connecting to them resources, attending meetings when parents can’t make it, advocating for them and letting kids know she believe in and supports them.

Off the Streets: How Three Formerly Homeless People Got Into Housing (Wisconsin State Journal, Sept 2016)
Bianca Whitfield and her two young daughters spent about a year and a half homeless until she got into the Truax Apartment Project and received support from a case manager from The Road Home.

Homelessness: The Long Road Home (Madison Magazine, February 2016)
After years of being part of the “regular homeless,” Shamiaa Stewart turned to The Road Home to find a path back to stability. The article dives into the housing problems in Madison and the factors shaping homelessness.

A New Plan to Fight Homelessness: Push for Collaborative, Cooperative Approach Shows Promise (Isthmus, July 2015)
Gina Watanabe and her three children spent a year without a home—sleeping on friend’s floors, in their car, or anywhere else they could find until she stumbled across The Road Home’s shelter and got placed in one of their housing programs.

Around Town: ‘Everything Perfect’ For Family Overcoming Homelessness (Wisconsin State Journal, August 24, 2014)
Darcia Bell was recognized at The Road Home’s Families Moving Forward Event. With the help of The Road Home and The Salvation Army, her family was able to rise out of homelessness and move into an apartment. Her daughter’s academic success skyrocketed and Darcia was able to secure a job as a receptionist.

The Road Home Celebrates 15th Anniversary (NBC 15 News, Sunday, April 27, 2014)
With 15 years of work behind them, The Road Home has shaped many stories of success. But there is still plenty of work ahead.