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Kay was dealing with depression and was homeless when Melanie Diehl, her caseworker at Monadnock Family Services, entered her life. Kay was “skittish” at her first meeting with Melanie, but she soon discovered she had an ally in her efforts to right her life.
I was suffering from depression, anxiety, and agoraphobia. Starting the In SHAPE program wasn’t easy for me, having to meet people at a certain time, go to a gym where there were a lot of other people, and discuss myself with a mentor. But my first mentor was a perfect match for me.