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Wesley, a resident leader at Project HOME and a member of our Board of Trustees, recalls his time in prison and subsequent period of homelessness as “years of darkness wallowing in failure.” His worst prison, he says, was the mental prison in which he was trapped. Now, he looks back and is amazed at how much he has changed in his time at Project HOME – employment, public speaking, artistic endeavors, reunion with family, and a sense of personal security and pride. 

 

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This story originally appeared in our Summer 2019 Edition of News from HOME.

 

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I Am Project HOME: Tricia Dressel

Since moving to Philadelphia almost 16 years ago, Tricia Dressel has had plenty of experience with nonprofits and community-based organizations. But when she had the chance to join the Project HOME staff three years ago as our Director of Human Resources, she knew it was an opportunity she had to seize. “I had always admired the work of Project HOME and the impact it had at a community level. And I saw such strong leadership in [co-founders] Sister Mary Scullion and Joan McConnon.”

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