"We met Ken on our first Sunday outreach on Fountain Square almost one year ago," the Landis' Facebook post said. "He was inspired to get his life together and began taking steps towards self improvement. For well over five months, Kenny continued to serve with Maslow's Army during our Sunday outreach and he was able to show others that change is possible through his personal testimony."
In May, WCPO reporter Lucy May interviewed Martin for a story on Maslow's Army. Martin told May that, before Maslow's Army, "he was living in a doorway or under a bridge." He said he experienced homelessness for four and a half years prior to finding Maslow's Army.
Martin the organization helped restore his self-respect and dignity. At the time of the interview, he was four months sober and had housing.