She gained the strength and clarity she needed in her deen

“The support worker was understanding and non-judgmental towards my circumstances. She helped me appreciate my trau”I was lost with my deen. My support worker was terrific; she understood my struggle and had great empathy, motivation and knowledge, sharing information about my issues. I am now in a stronger position to feel more confident in knowing my religion and correct any misconceptions about my religion.”ma from a compassionate and empathetic place. Looking at my life now compared to the start of my support, I am in a much better place…”

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