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Jonathan Lopez

In late 2019, my mom, sister and I moved into A Ray of Hope after a rough move out of Hot Springs, MT. Although my sister soon moved out to college, A Ray of Hope provided a safe and organized environment for my mother and I. Rachelle and Chris made it a fun and enjoyable space with plenty of things to do and plenty of Bible study. It's not hard to keep up on benevolence hours. Hope thrift is also a wonderful place to volunteer and converse with people like Thad and Debbie. All said, a Ray of Hope is a blessing and miracle to Kalispell.

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Mackenzie’s Testimony

My name is Mackenzie, I am 30 years old. I came here to A Ray of Hope after completing treatment. Since the age of 16, I have been to inpatient treatment 5 or 6 times. Since my early teens, I have str

My Love for My Daughter by Marie

The day CPS took my daughter from me is the day I felt as though my entire life had entirely crumbled around me. I remember feeling angry and helpless, the one person who meant more than anything in t

2005 Impala by Mikey

Everyone has to start somewhere, and some even start somewhere more than once. My name is Michael and I am 21 years old. I am currently a guest of Bob’s House at A Ray of Hope. I came here seeking she


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