Barbara Wood's Story of Goodness

Barbara Wood has been a part of Mission SOLANO since its early years...but it hasn't always been easy. She and her three daughters started as a part of the nomadic sheltering program back in 1999. She tried to change her lifestyle, including an addiction to methamphetamines, but she just couldn't seem to make progress.

Finally, in 2006, she hit rock bottom when she was asked to leave the program after failing a drug test. She found herself living behind a transformer near the Fairfield library, as her daughters found other places to stay.

In June of 2007, she decided she and her family would not live like this anymore. She begged Raymond and Mission SOLANO for a final chance. Surrendering her life to Jesus Christ, she completed Mission SOLANO's recovery program and even reunited with her husband.

Now, she is able to show goodness and grace to those she serves as a supervisor at the Bridge to Life Center. As she has often said, "Mission SOLANO saved my life..."

PLEASE SUPPORT Barbara and those like her who's lives are being changed at Mission SOLANO.