"It's huge for them to be able to have someone to listen to them, to be able to give them some resources, some support," said Lee. "Often times its not
“It’s huge for them to be able to have someone to listen to them, to be able to give them some resources, some support,” said Lee. “Often times its not a single conversation…Not everyone is in the same place. So we make sure that people can get to the next step.”
“It’s totally unbelievable. It almost looks like a bomb went off,” says Jody Stark, Niobrara Village Chairperson.
After being allowed back into their homes for a short time on Sunday, Hornick, Iowa, residents returned Monday hoping to make their homes fit to live in again while officials worked to make the town whole.
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