Article by Megan Knight
Running can do more than just get you in shape, it can change your life. Just ask the members of the Baltimore group “Back on My Feet.”
It’s been awhile since Deon Banks did any serious running. The last time he can remember running regularly is during his time in the military.
“I’m a two to three miler kind of guy,” he said with a laugh. “If I can finish that goal in a day, I’ve accomplished something.”
Banks has been with Back on My Feet for a little over a year. The group’s mission is to combat homelessness and help people who may be on the brink of being homeless. Banks found out about the program while at the Helping Up Mission, where he is staying to treat his addiction issues.
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