Henry Williams life transformed by The Salvation ArmyA Wrong Turn, a Life Saved, and a Mission to Help Others

On the first night of the recent polar vortex in Chicago, Henry Williams went to sleep outside a CVS delivery door. High on heroin and inadequately protected from the elements, he was sure to die. Until The Salvation Army workers made a wrong turn down his street and saved his life. Now Williams is embracing life and working toward helping others.

Read the Sun Times article about William’s amazing transformation here.

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