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The Measure of Success

Earl’s Place case manager, Jim Carey is our guest writer this month. People love glory stories. You know the stories of the “homeless” person who pulled themself up by the bootstraps. They got an education, a job, a car, bought a house, and lived happily ever...

Celebrating resilience, smiles, and you

            I recently heard someone say that they wished we could have just skipped January this year.  I can relate at least a little. Maybe you can, too. I think most of us were hoping 2022 would be magically different somehow.  We’re tired. We want to get back to...

November 2021 – Monthly Missive

Erika McClammy, Board Secretary   I recently saw a photo that summed up my thoughts perfectly: One person named “Still Processing 2020” is running but can see another runner, “2022 in two months”, quickly gaining on them. If you are like me, you too ran in a zigzag...

September 2021 – Monthly Missive

John, a current resident, is featured in our Fall Housing Matters newsletter. He is beside himself and so excited to share his story. He has already shared copies with his therapist, his 12- Step program, his sponsor, and others. This morning he said, “No more...

July 2021 – Monthly Missive

If you’re reading this, you’re likely already a supporter of Cornerstone Community Housing (CCH) in some way. Do you remember when or how you were introduced to this amazing organization? For me, it was the 2015 Resolution Run, followed by an open house at Earl’s...

June 2021 – Monthly Missive

“A family is a circle of friends that love you.” Last Thursday, June 11, was Michael’s 80th birthday. Michael has been a resident of Earl’s Place since June 24th of last year. Michael has a son who lives abroad and two granddaughters who he has not seen in quite some...
Meet our new Prospect Place resident(s)

Meet our new Prospect Place resident(s)

I often talk about Earl’s Place, but not as often about our second program, Prospect Place. Both programs provide supportive housing to men experiencing homelessness, but there are differences. Earl’s Place is transitional housing where the men may stay up to two...