It was the lowest point of Vivian Greaves' life. She had become homeless and lost custody of her daughter. The struggling mom even contemplated suicide.
To make matters worse, Greaves got turned away by a shelter. That's when a stranger stepped in and changed her life.
The New York City mom was introduced to Covenant House, a charity with a focus on serving homeless youth. With their help, she was able to leave the streets and get her life back on track and, most importantly, regain custody of her daughter.
Now 20 years later, Greaves is returning to sleep on the streets, by choice.