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  • Investor(s) urgently needed to save EHC-D patient condos Investor(s) urgently needed to save EHC-D patient condos

    We have recently learned that twenty one condo units that are part of the Marriott Hotel in Dallas, Texas and have been rented by the Environmental Health Center-Dallas under the direction of preeminient environmental illness physician Dr. William J. Rea for years, will be closing on October 31, 201...

  • Re|shelter named recipient of $3,000 donation Re|shelter named recipient of $3,000 donation

    Re|shelter co-founder Julie Genser has been selected as the "Survival" runner up in the 2013 Eagle Rare Life Award contest, for her ability to survive and thrive with environmental illness. A donation of $3,000 will be made in Julie's name to re|shelter as the prize. Julie is honored to have been ch...

  • Re|shelter awards $13.5K in Safe Oasis grants Re|shelter awards $13.5K in Safe Oasis grants

    Housing non-profit re|shelter awarded $13,500 in Safe Oasis housing renovation grants last week. Six grants of $2,000 each and one $1,500 grant were sent out to the seven selected recipients who applied to the program in August. Five of the recipients were homeless – living in cars and tents – ...

  • Safe Oasis Grant Program accepting applications through 8/31 Safe Oasis Grant Program accepting applications through 8/31

    Housing non-profit re|shelter has opened the doors to its Safe Oasis Grant Program beginning today, Wednesday, August 8, 2012. Applications will be accepted through August 31. Re|shelter will offer (5) small grants up to $2,000 each* to eligible individuals whose ability to continue to live safely i...

  • It's official - Re|shelter now a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization It’s official – Re|shelter now a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization

    Re|shelter, a new non-profit which focuses on housing solutions for those challenged by disabling environmental intolerances, has been approved for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. The organization's tax-exempt status is effective as of May 24, 2010, the date of their non-profit incorporation. Having...

  • MCSsafehomes.com merged into re|shelter website MCSsafehomes.com merged into re|shelter website

    The free safer housing listings and resource center MCSsafehomes.com has been merged into the reshelter.org non-profit website. MCSsafehomes.com has offered an extensive library of safer housing-related articles, essays and web resource lists for those searching for environmentally safer housing, in...

  • New from re|shelter: Shelter Angels Network (SAN) beta New from re|shelter: Shelter Angels Network (SAN) beta

    Re|shelter, a non-profit forming to assist people on the edge of homelessness due to disabling environmental intolerances, has launched a new feature on their website reshelter.org: Shelter Angels Network (SAN). This is the beta version of a free blogging service set up to help those in housing ...

  • Help save Section 8 HUD funding Help save Section 8 HUD funding

    by Catherine Hollingsworth Housing for those with MCS is the number one item for health and recovery, at any level. We urgently need your help to insure the needed funding to keep those with MCS, and others, in these vital HUD Housing programs and off the streets. Stable housing is urgently nee...

  • Accommodating the environmentally sensitive in intentional community living Accommodating the environmentally sensitive in intentional community living

    With the publication of "Beyond Sustainability: Building for Health" in the summer issue of Communities magazine, re|shelter co-founder Julie Genser begins a new conversation with an existing global network of over 2,000 intentional communities and ecovillages. Because many of these communities a...

  • Co-founders Julie Genser and Julie Laffin talk about re|shelter Co-founders Julie Genser and Julie Laffin talk about re|shelter

    left: re|shelter co-founders Julie Genser and Julie Laffin; right: interviewers Liz Smentowski and Scott Killingsworth Liz Smentowski and Scott Killingsworth talk to Julie Genser and Julie Laffin, the co-founders of re|shelter, to find out more about the non-profit's origins and future goals....