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A Second Chance: Tawonne’s Story

After Tawonne got a non-renewal from her landlord, she found it difficult to find housing and ended up in shelter. Then, she was connected to…

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Why We Support The Road Home: MetaStar

MetaStar takes their responsibility to give back to the community seriously. They became involved with The Road Home ten years ago and continue to partner…

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Reaching New Heights Together

It’s been an exciting few months at The Road Home Dane County. With your help, we’ve reach new heights as an agency and helped families…

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The Road Home Receives Transformative Grant

We are excited to share that we received a $1.25 million grant from Day 1 Families Fund! This Fund supports organizations that are moving the…

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When you give a day, you can change a life.

When you think of winter, you might imagine gathering around your table for a holiday meal with family or curling up under a blanket with…

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At The Road Home’s 15th Annual Breakfast

Georgia shared her story at our breakfast about going from receiving regular eviction notices to maintaining stable housing and employment. At this year’s annual Homes…

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Healing House Helps Families with Medical Needs

Becoming homeless is always traumatic. For Shawna*, the mother of a teenage daughter and an infant son who needed numerous surgeries, it was particularly difficult….

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Local Businesses Help Families Move Forward

Business partners like UW Health, UnityPoint Health – Meriter & Quartz are an essential part of helping families find and maintain housing. Ending family homelessness…

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Moving Up: Creating Space for More Families

Moving Up, one of the housing programs The Road Home provides case management for, helps creates space for families currently homeless. Here’s one family’s story….

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Finding Something Better: Stormie’s Story

After living in an apartment with rats and frequent police visits, Stormie knew her four kids needed a change. The Breese Apartments gave them a…

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