Maslow’s Army: After experiencing homelessness, they work to give others hope – Lucy May, WCPO Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — Samuel Landis had been homeless for 20 years when Bruce Berger noticed him sleeping in the woods behind the Montgomery Inn Boathouse.

It was the middle of winter and freezing cold. Berger figured Landis would die if he stayed outside.

“Bruce got me off the street,” Landis said. “He showed me that change is possible.”

Berger helped Landis find a safe place to live. Later Landis enrolled at Gateway Community and Technical College, where he met another student who had experienced homelessness and would eventually become his wife.

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