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Je'net Kreitner was living on the streets when she was 36 years old, after facing years of domestic abuse. She did what she could to keep her son safe. After getting back on her feet, she eventually started taking in others who were experiencing homelessness. This led to the beginning of Grandma's House of Hope. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren has her story.