S.O.U.L. Housing Proposal Slide Presentation
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Our S.O.U.L. Stories
Craig is a young adult and Sisters native, who lives and works in Sisters. He wants to move out of his parents’ house and live an independent life. He has mild Autism Spectrum Disorder and is currently looking for affordable, local housing.Read more about Craig's story
Maxwell has lived in Sisters since the fourth grade. Moving to Sisters provided so many opportunities he didn’t have access to in his previous home in Virginia.
Through Sisters High School’s community jobs program, Max has worked throughout the Sisters community. Now an employee at Best Buy, Max would someday love to live in Los Angeles or Tokyo. In the mean time, S.O.U.L. housing in Sisters would give him experience living on his own close to the support of his family and community.Read more about Maxwell's story
Soren is a Sisters High School student who has lived his whole life in Sisters. He loves being in the woods and visiting his extended family who live nearby.
His family hopes he can live and work as part of the Sisters community for the rest of his life. Their dream is that he can have a stable, independent home and job here when he reaches adulthood.
Soren has a rare form of epilepsy that affects his memory, language and development. The “long learning curve” he experiences makes staying in the same place with the same people an especially urgent issue.
S.O.U.L. Board of directors
Tina Mensing, Chair
Julia Huni, Secretary
Jennifer Heiden Smith, Treasurer
S.O.U.L. is registered as a non-profit organization with the state of Oregon, and a registered 501(c)(3).
Anyone interested in SOUL is invited to join a meeting or event.
Email [email protected] for information.