'Hope Starts Here' 

Despite limited space, there's always a vacancy at the Union Gospel Mission Crisis Shelter for Women and Children

Six women in one room. The drama. The bad attitudes. The bad language. Stolen cigarettes. "Borrowed" money. "This must be what jail's like," she thought. Mary Helen Bartch is 57. She's been living at the Union Gospel Mission Crisis Shelter for…

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