homeless women

Central Standard
12:02 pm
Tue May 27, 2014

Abuse Narratives Inform Recovery In Domestic Violence Shelters

A University of Kansas professor's recent research at a domestic violence shelter indicates that the way survivors must tell their stories in order to gain access to resources could be working against the emotional recovery process.

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90-Mile View
2:51 pm
Wed February 26, 2014

90-Mile View: Runaway Senior Lands In Kansas City

Patricia Porsche (left) and Brittany Williams
Credit Beth Lipoff/KCUR-FM

We’ve been following the story of Patricia Porsche for the past year.  In that time she has made her way from being homeless and unemployed to working for the True Light Family Resource Center in Kansas City, Mo.  As its volunteer coordinator and as mentor to the women living in the center’s transitional home, Trisha has a front-row seat to the challenges facing homeless women in Kansas City.

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KC Currents
11:16 am
Tue December 20, 2011

New Housing Helps Homeless Women

The Freedom House opened last fall to provide a place for homeless women to get back on their feet.
Susan B. Wilson KCUR

A new transitional living program opened for women this fall, built almost entirely on small contributions and the work of volunteers.  The Freedom House on 31st and Charlotte in midtown will provide a home for four homeless women who are trying to get their lives back together.  KCUR's Susan B. Wilson paid a visit in early November, when the first residents moved in. For those two women, it was their first chance in a while to be a part of a real “home."

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KCUR News
10:07 am
Fri October 22, 2010

Stand-Down to Help Women Vets