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Church group helps homeless families get back on their feet

7:02 AM, Apr. 20, 2013
Erin and Chad DeGrand play Candyland with their two daughters, Aaliyah, left, 2, and Anastasia, 6, at their home in Green Bay.
Erin and Chad DeGrand play Candyland with their two daughters, Aaliyah, left, 2, and Anastasia, 6, at their home in Green Bay.
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Chad DeGrand's vision of the homeless was a group of bums huddled around a fire barrel to keep warm.

But in 2008, he lost his job as a mechanic and his wife had worked at a fast food restaurant last summer, but was hospitalized in September with lupus, a disease in which the body's immune system attacks normal, healthy tissue. Not long after, DeGrand and his two daughters were evicted from their apartment because he couldn't afford rent.

Th three of them bounced between sleeping at a motel or at the hospital as he watched over his sick wife. ...

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