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Posted on August 23 at 12:28 a.m.
I actually know Ruth. I worked at Casa for a few years. She has had and still has tons of support. She herself has wanted to get sober, and was a few different times. But it is what it is. Ruth is Ruth. And she may never have the willingness to get and stay sober. But she still is a beautiful person with a story to tell. She is always welcome at the Casa, and only is sent out when she sneaks in alcohol. She may die out there like 25 homeless people did last year. It's the life of the homeless. Sad but true. Love and Tolerance People... a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward those whose opinions, practices, race, religion, nationality, etc., differ from one's own; freedom from bigotry.
On What’s Going To Happen To Ruth?
Posted on May 26 at 6:07 a.m.
Rest in peace Mike. You were a blessing to all of us who knew you. You are truly missed by many!
On Obituary for Michael Thomas McGrew
Posted on April 23 at 2:25 a.m.
Lupe, it's so good to hear it wasn't Rudy. I still hope he learned something from this. I am sad for everyone. Even with his freedom this will hang over him forever. Been trying to find you. Kitti
On Hendry’s Homicide Suspect Released from Custody
Posted on December 16 at 9:33 a.m.
The STP program is one of the best programs around. I went through STP and still talk to all of the staff often. Chuck, Chris, Karen, Maria Antonia..C.O. Dawn Finley and C.O. Sandy Russell. Those are the people you want in your corner. I have over 6 yrs clean I now work in recovery. I love my life. Jail was the best thing that ever happened to me....Kitti
On Hope and Help Behind Bars
Posted on December 16 at 2:10 a.m.
A huge loss for the homeless and less fortunate in Santa Barbara. And all of us who have worked, and volunteered with him.He had the most beautiful smile. I never saw him without it. I hope people follow the instructions of the family.The family is asking that a donation be made to the Santa Barbara Rescue Mission and/or to the Casa Esperanza Homeless Center.This would make Roger smile from ear to ear. Even in death, he is still making a difference for so many. Roger you will be missed... <3
On Roger Heroux Has Died
Posted on December 16 at 2:03 a.m.
I never knew anyone besides myself who loved working with the homeless as much as Lynn and Ken. They are two of the greatest people I know. I have been lucky enough to work side by side with them on many occasions. They truly love what they do. They are our angels in the streets. The streets are lucky to have them. I have been blessed by my opportunities to have worked both. I hope to work with them in the near future. Kitti
On Need a Poncho, Partner?
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