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Domestic Violence Survivor Success Story through our Domestic Violence Rapid Re-Housing Program

What is Domestic Violence you ask? Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. It includes physical violence, sexual violence, threats, and emotional abuse. The frequency and severity of domestic violence can vary dramatically. 

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Kathleen’s Weatherization Client Success Story

Kathleen and her husband heard about the Weatherization Assistance Program from a relative ho had their own house weatherized by Newcap. They are living on a fixed income now and are very thankful for the program. They have been trying to reduce their cost of living and the work that Newcap performed would have been too expensive for them to afford on their own.

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Wx Staff Story: Brent DeHut

Some of the members on our Weatherization crews have been with Newcap for a long time. One of those members is Brent DeHut, Weatherization Crew Leader. Brent has been with Newcap for over 34 years!! When asked what advice he would have for others who may be interested in a career in Weatherization,

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Chrissy’s Car Success Story

Chrissy is a disabled person who has her own small business to survive. She must supplement her social security to pay her rent. She participates in our food pantry when she feels she needs it. She had purchased a car at an extremely high interest rate and could not keep up with the payments.

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