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Chloe Was Isolated and In Real Danger

Chloe was terrified. She hadn’t felt safe in a long time ever since she met her boyfriend. The abuse had been bad, but recently it got so much worse that Chloe feared for her life. She took her son, Isaac, and moved out of their apartment. After several months of living from couch to couch,…

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From the Ground Up

We’ve come a long way from an empty field and a vision here at Jacob’s Well. Over the last month, rain and shine, the workers from Polygon homes have shown up! They have been hauling dirt, leveling the ground, and starting the foundations of Building B. Within 72 hours, the cement beginnings of the daylight…

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Building B starts to look like an actual building!

We are making progress! We have dug the basement, footings have gone in and the basement walls are up. We are ready to start work on the first floor. We are so thankful for Polygon and their support along with all the other vendors that are helping.

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Construction for Jacob’s Well Building B Has Started!

It’s official! We are finally moving dirt in Shoreline which means our new building is now in the process of being built. On July 17, heavy equipment arrived to start digging footings and foundation walls. Lord willing we should have the footing dug and foundation walls up by the end September. Pray for Polygon’s workers…

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From Craigslist To Vision House

I became homeless when I left home in Kansas to get away from my abusive dad. I came to Seattle to stay with my step-mom’s friend and then got kicked out. I didn’t understand the rules….she never explained them. Sometimes I would just stay with random people. It was very hectic going from place to…

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Abandoned At Fourteen

By the age of 14, I was addicted to cocaine, marijuana, alcohol and pills. My mom didn’t know what to do with me, so she gave up. She took me to a seedy area of south Seattle, handed me $20, a pack of cigarettes and a bottle of beer and drove away. I was immediately…

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