Day 15 of 28 Days of BHA

Moya came to us when she and her family needed healing. Through a tragic house, Moya lost her home, as well as her mother and her youngest child. The loss was overwhelming and she ended up living in a substandard apartment, with no heat in the middle of winter. While at BHA she completed a Medical Assistant training program and went on to work as a home health aid. Reflecting on her journey of healing, Moya says “My attitude has changed a lot. I can control my anger more…and I’ve come out of my shell in a good way, I’m able to relate to friends and co-workers better. And my kids have a lot more stability.” “I’m most proud of my kids, though, because they’ve been through a lot and they’re still holding on strong.” She went onto say this to the people who support BHA, “Without you all, there would be no us. They’re the ones that make BHA possible. Some of us don’t put ourselves in these predicaments, but when you have a sharing hand or someone to push you up so you can walk again, it means a lot. We all crawled in here, but we’re walking out.” Moya and her family graduated from BHA in 2007. Join us to continue meeting the needs of our community and take the 28th Year Challenge. Make a recurring monthly gift of $28 to help provide a family with a home and hope.




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