Grants give hope to homeless

Families get help covering high cost of security deposits

Brenda Gomez at her new home with her children, Marissa Gomez, 5; Francisco Sanchez, 12; and Mateo Sanchez, 10. Gomez and her kids were able to move into the Orchard Mesa home with help from the Grand Junction Housing Authority covering the security deposit.



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Brenda Gomez at her new home with her children, Marissa Gomez, 5; Francisco Sanchez, 12; and Mateo Sanchez, 10. Gomez and her kids were able to move into the Orchard Mesa home with help from the Grand Junction Housing Authority covering the security deposit.

Five-year-old Marissa Gomez used to pray each night to God that she and her mother could find a permanent home to live in. The little girl and her mother, along with her four older siblings,…




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