Oct 16 2014

Blind Right Now: How Poetry Changed This Man’s Life

By | October 16th, 2014|Art, Featured Story 3, Issues, Success Stories, Voices|0 Comments

By: Sophie Beal   Michael came to Gateway Center only 4 months ago after struggling with chronic homelessness and mental illness all his life. But at 43 years old, Michael came to Gateway Center and discovered a loving and supportive environment that changed everything. With the support of his case manager and close friends at [...]

Oct 8 2014

25 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Gateway

By | October 8th, 2014|Art, Events, Info, Issues, News, Partners|1 Comment

By: Sophie Beal   During my time working for Gateway Center, I have often found it hard to answer the question "What is Gateway?" -- It's tempting to just say that Gateway is a Homeless Shelter... but that doesn't quite do us justice... Gateway does so much more than "shelter" folks. We invest in folks. We walk [...]

Sep 5 2014

Simple Truths: Final Installment

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By: Staci Wright This is the sixth, and final, installment of the blog series “Simple Truths: debunking common stereotypes surrounding those experiencing homelessness.” You can find the introduction to this series here. In this series, we have discussed common stereotypes surrounding those experiencing homelessness. If you need a refresher, they are: 1. “All homeless people are dirty, smelly [...]

Aug 5 2014

Simple Truths: Part 5

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By: Staci Wright This is the fifth installment of the blog series “Simple Truths: debunking common stereotypes surrounding those experiencing homelessness.” You can find the introduction to this series here.   Homeless people are lazy. Why don’t they just get a job? This question is one we often hear when discussing the issue of homelessness [...]

Jul 1 2013

Meet the Intern (Part 1): Kayla

By | July 1st, 2013|Voices|0 Comments

Note: Today's article is from Kayla, one of our summer interns. Feel free to welcome her in the comments section!  By: Kayla “Excuse me, can you spare me some change?” I quickly shook my head, rolled up my window, and drove on. These encounters were infrequent, but were always unsettling for me. Coming from the [...]

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