Monthly Archives: September 2013

Want to see what a grown up Clubhouse looks like?


Here’s a great story from a sister Clubhouse in Greenville SC. The ED is from Savannah too! Check it out & then come on over & support Reed House as it grows up to be like the Gateway House in … Continue reading

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My Name Is Jason, I’m A 35-Yr-Old White Male Combat Veteran…And I’m On Food Stamps


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By Jay Kirell My name is Jason.  I turned 35 less than a week ago.  My first job was maintenance work at a public pool when…

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The Reed House needs our support to grow & go forward


Please sign our petition: Petition by iPetitions

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Get involved, Join the Advisory Board


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Our lingering myth in Savannah, we’re a mecca for the homeless: busted | Shattering myths about homelessness Page 1 of 2 | UTSanDiego.com


Many may believe the myth that establishing services for homeless people will cause homeless people from all around to migrate to a city. A recent study, however, found that 75 percent of homeless people are still living in the city … Continue reading

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