The Homeless population in Wausau are military Veterans, former offenders, displaced men and women with disabilities, and the unemployed. Wausau's homeless are sleeping under bridges, wandering solo through the community carrying bags and suitcases, and living alone and neglected in public places. These people desire basic needs that many take for granted: food, shelter, medical treatment and self-sufficiency. It's only natural to associate these needs with your sense of security, and what happens when you can't get those needs? Often, you begin to lose hope.
Randlin Homes, a non-profit organization, provides hope to the homeless and successfully reintegrates them back into the community. The organization gives its residents temporary housing at one of five locations, while empowering them to forge their own futures through rehabilitation and training. The residents gain knowledge by volunteering/internship through one of Randlin Homes' four subsidiary businesses. Randlin Homes also helps its residents in alliance with the local police, fire and correctional departments and community health care providers.
The Wausau community has consistently help support Randlin's efforts. Now in these difficult economic times, additional help from the community is greatly needed so that the organization can fulfill its mission: assisting its residents with reintegration and establishing permanent self-sufficiency.
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