Cliff is no longer an EG WINS guest since moving into the Grace Transitional House and acquiring a job in Elk Grove. Cliff was living out of his car during the day and attending EG WINS at night for the first four weeks of the program. An opening at Grace House came up at the same time he learned of a job opening with a local janitorial company. Cliff is starting his journey of recovery, thanks to EG WINS and our volunteers.
“I want people to know I’m doing better” Cliff said. “Every single volunteer has helped me get to where I am.” When Cliff arrived at EG WINS, he was so down that he wouldn’t eat for the first few days. He had lost his Sacramento Bee printing job and depression grew so deep that he was asked to move out of his house. Each night and morning, EG WINS volunteers would talk with Cliff providing encouragement, hope, and support. Slowly Cliff started to believe his situation could improve. Cliff now has a stable living situation at the Grace House as he works on rebuilding his life. Cliff is learning a new career while he also seeks to restore ties with his family. As Cliff continues his recovery, he is being mentored by Phil Machek, a HART volunteer from Sun Grove Church. Please remember to pray for Cliff and all our EG WINS guests. These successes are only possible though your involvement.