Your campus, Your story
Story and Video by Bianca Jenkins
Isabella County Restoration House (ICRH) is a rotating shelter that allows the guest to come in and build relationships with other guests and volunteers in the shelter.
Jessie Black, a social work major from Connecticut, interns at the Isabella County Restoration House.
In the past, Black was a volunteer for two years with ICRH, and now interns there for her major as well as her love for working with the homeless population.
Black says this population is kind-hearted and hard-working, that they just need to catch a break and need a moment to get them back on their feet. In the video, Black is accompanied by Renee Benner, who is a guest of ICRH. Benner tells us a bit of her story as well as what it is like to be homeless.
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