“For us, homeshore is hometown,” said Kim Houlne, president and chief executive of Working Solutions, headquartered in Plano, Texas. To help families gain economic stability, she serves on the city’s Self-Sufficiency Committee. It helps residents, especially single mothers, pursue employment and save money to buy a home. “I see it working. They are engaged, really wanting and willing to do it.”
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