Maricela Castillo gets a kiss on the cheek from her boyfriend, Angel Rodriguez inside of the apartment they share at Villa Aurora, ,a Carrfour Supportive Housing center. In 2010, Castillo and Angel Rodriguez met at a homeless shelter. After losing touch for a few years, the two reconnected at Carrfour Supportive Housing, a housing developer that provides supportive services to formerly homeless families. The two are now living in an apartment together and are able to care for each other.
Maricela Castillo gets a kiss on the cheek from her boyfriend, Angel Rodriguez inside of the apartment they share at Villa Aurora, ,a Carrfour Supportive Housing center. In 2010, Castillo and Angel Rodriguez met at a homeless shelter. After losing touch for a few years, the two reconnected at Carrfour Supportive Housing, a housing developer that provides supportive services to formerly homeless families. The two are now living in an apartment together and are able to care for each other. Emily Michot Miami Herald Staff
Maricela Castillo gets a kiss on the cheek from her boyfriend, Angel Rodriguez inside of the apartment they share at Villa Aurora, ,a Carrfour Supportive Housing center. In 2010, Castillo and Angel Rodriguez met at a homeless shelter. After losing touch for a few years, the two reconnected at Carrfour Supportive Housing, a housing developer that provides supportive services to formerly homeless families. The two are now living in an apartment together and are able to care for each other. Emily Michot Miami Herald Staff

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