McGhee – Single
I started here at NACA with no hope. I was on a job for years that was not paying me much to start saving for purchasing a home. OJ was my counselor and went through all the numbers with my debts and poor pay check; but he never told me that me being a homeowner would never happen. i had a lot of spending issues; shopping issues and needed a lot of discipline with spending money that I really did not need to be spending. OJ gave me hope cause he kept working with me and told me that I needed to find a way to save money even if it meant I had to look for another job or get a second job. There was no gray area with OJ. he never told me what I wanted to hear, but what I needed to do to become a homeowner.