Two weeks later, I find out that I have been approved for Food Stamps and Medicaid. With this good news, I head back to the RST office so I can do my intake with the SAS Case Manager. When I enter the room, to my surprise, I am greeted by other single SIV individuals that are from Iraq and Afghanistan. I undergo orientation, delighted to know there are others here in the United States like me, and in the Fort Worth area. At the end of the orientation, the SAS Case Manager informs the room that they were able to get two three-bedroom apartments that collectively we may share until the rest of some of their families come. I know I cannot continue to sleep on my friend's couch, so I move into one of the apartments with two other people.