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  1. We are currently NOT processing applications for those outside of the Capital District areaNOT processing applications for those outside of the Capital District area.
  2. Homeward Bound is a not for profit volunteer organization. We are not a shelter and we do not have a facility - all the dogs in our program live in foster homes. We take our dogs into our homes and care for them as if they were our own until they go to their forever homes.
  3. Join us June 24th for a Shred-A-Thon that is benefitting Homeward Bound. The Shred-A-Thon that will be held in front Pioneer Title office on. E. High Street, Suite Phoenix, AZ *$5 per box – limit 10 boxes per person R.S.V.P. to Angie Sanich below.
  4. Homeward Bound Golden Retriever Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. is an all-volunteer, (c)3 organization which rescues and heals displaced, abandoned, and homeless Golden Retriever and Golden mixes, regardless of their age or health.
  5. HomewardBound of the Grand Valley is a non-profit located in Grand Junction, Colorado. We provide temporary housing, run three successful transitional programs and collaborate with local organizations in a number of projects to address winter housing issues and substance abuse issues.
  6. Who is Homeward Bound? We are a nation-wide group of specialized therapists who work with families of teens or young adults who: are struggling at home, are in out-of-home treatment, or are soon to complete treatment.
  7. This little guy is a ball of energy and love. He is active, affectionate, talkative and playful. He is a mid-size chihuahua mix with training galore. He can sit, stay, lay down, roll over and speak! He is a hoot! He gets along with select other dogs – doing best with mellow personalities to contrast Read More.
  8. 5 hours ago · Here Homeward Bound Board Chairman William Wade in the third floor womens dormroom. It could houses up to 42 women. The still under construction Homeward Bound .
  9. Homeward Bound is the community leader in best practices to end homelessness, and have been using the Housing First model since The Housing First model has been proven to be the most effective, cost-efficient, sustainable, and humane intervention to homelessness.

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