After seeing the monstrosities of war first-hand, Vietnam War veteran, Brazzie began using when serving in Vietnam. When he returned home to the United States, his addiction snowballed and worsened when he lost both of his parents, as well as his sister, in the span of three years. Without any family to turn to at the age of 21, Brazzie ended up homeless and enrolled in Domiciliary Care for Homeless Veterans (DCHV).
When at DCHV, he was connected with a representative from Community Service Alliance who got him moved into Procop House the same day. While living at Procop House, Brazzie got the support, resources, and stability he needed to create a new life and push forward.
Armed with confidence and new life skills like budgeting and cooking, Brazzie was able to move out of Procop House after 28 months. Since that time, he’s moved into his own place, gotten married, and made it his life’s mission to help others.
Louis came to Community Service Alliance’s Procop House in the fall of 2019 in early sobriety with very few resources except a job as a laborer with a siding company. When the pandemic hit in early 2020, Louis lost his job, but he maintained a positive attitude and worked with the CSA staff to get […]Read More
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