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Through 2019 I'll be sharing meaningful images from the Ready to Work Boulder program for the homeless.

Prior to Ready to Work I had been in these programs for the homeless in Denver: Cherokee House for Homeless Veterans, Step 13 in Denver, Samaritan House Catholic Charities as well as the overnight shelters for the homeless at the Salvation Army Crossroads, Denver Rescue Mission, and St Francis Day Shelter.

Boulder Bridge House CEO, Isabel McDevitt talks about Ready to Work in Boulder, Colorado from Denver Donate.


I left every program near the 6-month mark of me being a resident because in my mind there were almost zero results that I could see, touch, smell so I made the decision that I wasn't going to do what so many others often do in these circumstances -- ride things out because why not.


(above: recovery meetings posted inside the Ready to Work Boulder facility. Boulder AA meetings as well as LifeRing are common recovery meetings residents can expect to attend if it's part of the plan they have worked on with their assigned Case Management or Social Worker from Bridge House.)

From those places (Step 13 being the last) the VA brought me to Boulder was and to tell you the truth it sounded like an encampment of people living next to a big rock. Needless to say it ended up being something totally different. Every image I share is %100 from my time there.


No stock photos & no actors just a glimpse at my time with Ready to Work in Boulder. If you're shaking your head in confusion because things just don't make sense you're in good company because almost nothing made sense to me either and I'll share a few of those alongside my photos.


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Through 2019 I'll be sharing meaningful images from the Ready to Work Boulder program for the homeless.

Prior to Ready to Work I had been in these programs for the homeless in Denver: Cherokee House for Homeless Veterans, Step 13 in Denver, Samaritan House Catholic Charities as well as the overnight shelters for the homeless at the Salvation Army Crossroads, Denver Rescue Mission, and St Francis Day Shelter.

Boulder Bridge House CEO, Isabel McDevitt talks about Ready to Work in Boulder, Colorado from Denver Donate.


I left every program near the 6-month mark of me being a resident because in my mind there were almost zero results that I could see, touch, smell so I made the decision that I wasn't going to do what so many others often do in these circumstances -- ride things out because why not.


(above: recovery meetings posted inside the Ready to Work Boulder facility. Boulder AA meetings as well as LifeRing are common recovery meetings residents can expect to attend if it's part of the plan they have worked on with their assigned Case Management or Social Worker from Bridge House.)

From those places (Step 13 being the last) the VA brought me to Boulder was and to tell you the truth it sounded like an encampment of people living next to a big rock. Needless to say it ended up being something totally different. Every image I share is %100 from my time there.


No stock photos & no actors just a glimpse at my time with Ready to Work in Boulder. If you're shaking your head in confusion because things just don't make sense you're in good company because almost nothing made sense to me either and I'll share a few of those alongside my photos.


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Riding unicorns

More Unicorns
$2 or more per month

Hugging unicorns