CUPS helps woman transition from life on the street
December 5, 2015

On her daily walks to work from Bankview to the Beltline district, Caroline North Peigan frequently encounters members of Calgary’s homeless population.

When she does, North Peigan makes sure to cross the street — and head straight towards them with outstretched arms.

“They’re my street family,” explains the 53-year-old. “I’m closer to many of them than to my biological family. I am still one of them.”

These days, though, North Peigan is a full-fledged member of the working world. “It used to be my dream to work at CUPS,” she says of the organization dedicated to helping individuals and families in Calgary overcome poverty.

“But when I was living on the street, it seemed an impossible dream.”

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