Washington women in need of healthy living

Oct 31, 2006

October 31, 2006

Written by Jolene Gensheimer

Just five years ago, Joy Trapp was 35 and homeless. The mother of four children and a high school dropout, Trapp was in the midst of a divorce and caught in a cycle of abuse that began when she was a child. Today, Trapp is earning a BA in Liberal Arts with plans for a Master’s degree, and she works as a case manager and program director for women who are chemically dependent and need transitional housing. read more…


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