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The team helps build a home for a family that adopted five siblings so they wouldn't be separated.
EM:HE builds a new home for the family of a fallen Native American heroine, PFC Lori Piestewa—killed in Iraq—and constructs a center for Native American military veterans.
A new house for a New York policeman who is a widower with three toddler sons.
EM:HE gives a fresh start to a local hero and single dad with five children in Kansas City, Missouri.
EM:HE provides a new, user-friendly home for a husband and father of three whose eyesight was taken away by a workplace shooting.
EM:HE replaces a termite-ridden army barracks home with a brand new house for a family in Hastings, Florida.
A widow and her three young children in Braithwaite, Lousiana, receive some much-needed healing.
A caring and generous family from Santa Fe Springs, California who took five orphans into their small house are featured.
An eight-year-old girl with cancer makes a selfless request that a children’s hospital ward be made over.
Chris and Diamond Harris were thankful that some of the exhaustion that stems from taking care of their toddler sextuplets and nine-year-old son DeWayne would finally be relieved.
EM:HE builds a large home for an atlanta family whose previous house had extreme plumbing problems.
Homeless no more, two families move into a brand new duplex and start new lives.
EM:HE returns a teen with a weakened immune system to her home after she had to move out of state because of a mold-infested house.
See an amazing transformation of the family home of a rising basketball star who was left paralyzed by a gang shooting.
EM:HE goes to Washington state to provide a new home for a widow with three daughters whose house burned to the ground.
A family living with AIDS, who are AIDS activists and authors, are deserving recipients of an Extreme Makeover.
The design team adapts the Burns Family home in Garden Grove, California to accommodate a six-year-old with “glass bones.”
The EM:HE team helps make a dream come true for a Bakersfield widow and her children.
An Oak Park, Michigan home is made safe and communication-friendly for a deaf couple who are parents of a blind/autistic son.
This Queens, New York family’s original contractor left them without a roof over their heads.
A marvelous remodel for a tireless community activist for the disabled in Granada Hills, California.
A house in Redlands, California gets a complete health makeover, as well as a home makeover for a family whose daughter underwent a heart transplant as an infant.
A young girl with a sun poisoning condition gets a new lease on life.
Miss America lends a hand helping rebuild a shattered family.
A widower who is now caring for his eight children hasn’t been able to keep up with the needed repairs to their three-bedroom house in Encinitas, California.
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