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Jackson Family, Part 1
Single mother, Felicia Jackson, from Rockville, Maryland, struggles to keep all of her 10 nieces and nephews by working as a security guard at a mall, but is unable to afford and find permanent housing. This family of 15 has been living in a hotel since December. If Felicia doesn't find appropriate housing soon, she'll have to split the children up within the foster care system. With the community behind Felicia's story and her fight for self sufficiency, the county deeded her piece of land with a house that needs major repairs. Felicia can't afford any renovations, since she's raising 14 growing children. Ty and the designers must incorporate the needed repairs and help this mother keeps her sister's children.

DeVries Family
Ty and his designers travel to Albert Lea, Minnesota, to give the DeVries family a brand new home in only seven days. The DeVries house is in such a state of disrepair that it's on the verge of collapsing. Despite their physical limitations, Susan and Dirk DeVries have made the most of their situation, but it's now up to Ty and his designers to take over and give them and their three children the home they deserve.

McFarland Family (Part 2)
A year-long mission to find everyday heroes leads Ty and the designers to Indianapolis, IN, where the deteriorating home of the McFarland Family will be rebuilt in just seven days.

Tutwiler Family, Part 1
Ty and the designers travel to Fort Riley, Kansas to announce to the Tutwiler family, which has been living on a military base ever since their house in Chapman -- along with the town -- was devastated by an F4 tornado, that they will have a new home built in only seven days.

Jackson Family, Part 2
Single mother, Felicia Jackson, from Rockville, Maryland, struggles to keep all of her 10 nieces and nephews by working as a security guard at a mall, but is unable to afford and find permanent housing. This family of 15 has been living in a hotel since December. If Felicia doesn't find appropriate housing soon, she'll have to split the children up within the foster care system. With the community behind Felicia's story and her fight for self sufficiency, the county deeded her piece of land with a house that needs major repairs. Felicia can't afford any renovations, since she's raising 14 growing children. Ty and the designers must incorporate the needed repairs and help this mother keeps her sister's children.

King Family
A single mother at age 15, Alisha King understands the importance of having a support system of family and friends during parenthood. Her dream has always been to give single parents safe, nurturing and affordable daycare that provides clothing, food, overnight care, mentoring and constant education to the children. After marrying co-worker Curtis King, Alisha opened her "Step By Step Home Daycare." Though Alisha and Curtis have been through many financial hardships, they always managed to give back to their community and extend their daycare system in their home after hours. However, the condition of the home is putting their daycare and their daughter Laila's health in jeopardy. The mold poses a health risk and the lack of heat, air conditioning or gas makes for unhealthy conditions. Now Ty and his designers will step in to save this home and daycare center.

Nickless Family
Ty and his designers travel to Holt, Michigan to help the Nickless family rebuild their lives after the tragic loss of their husband and father, Tim Nickless, which left Arlene and her three sons to fend for themselves in an 1860s dilapidated home.

Riojas Family
Born without legs and only one fully developed arm, Mary Ann isn't a stranger to adversity. Now the home where she lives with her four children isn't able to accommodate her special needs. Ty and the designers will be traveling to Fresno, California to tell Mary Ann Riojas and her family that they'll have a new home in only seven days. Meantime, the Riojas family will go on a ski vacation to Crested Butte, Colorado.

Tutwiler Family, Part 2
Ty and the designers travel to Fort Riley, Kansas to announce to the Tutwiler family, who have been living on a military base ever since their house in Chapman -- along with the town -- was devastated by an F4 tornado, that they will have a new home built in only seven days. Meanwhile, the Tutwiler family goes on a Disney cruise to the Bahamas and Disney's private island Castaway Cay.

Akers Family
Greg and Ginger bought their home in the hopes of starting a family and sending their children to the incredible schools in the community. Although their children were presumably healthy at birth, they were eventually diagnosed with life-threatening conditions. Christian was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease and both Brooke and Faith were diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. In school Brooke gets around in a 200-pound wheelchair, which unfortunately does not fit inside the house, leaving her primarily bed-ridden. Brooke and Faith can only move if someone carries them, and Ginger has already suffered a hiatus hernia -- a hernia in her esophagus -- from lifting the growing girls. Despite their conditions, the children are a constant source of hope and admiration to their parents and others around them. Due to the almost insurmountable medical bills, Greg and Ginger cannot afford to renovate or relocate, leaving their children to live in a home too small for their needs and free spirits. Now Ty and the designers will make the Akers' home more accessible, giving the family a brighter and more comfortable future.

Anders-Beatty Family
First grade teacher and 2005 Wal-Mart Teacher of the year, Rochelle Anders has four children, Tess, Reid, Drew and Tyler, who range from ages 12 to 20. When their father suddenly died from a heart attack, Rochelle tried to repair their dilapidated home. Despite her attempts, the roof is peeling apart, the wood siding and ceilings are crumbling, and squirrels, birds and mice are nesting in the walls. Inside the house, holes are evident in the ceilings and water damage has stained the walls. With only a wood-burning furnace to heat the home, the children had to live with relatives this past winter. It's now up to Ty and his designers to step in and keep the family together by keeping the house itself together.

Bell Family
Ty and the designers travel to Tucson, Arizona, to tell American Red Cross hero Lizzie Bell and her family that they'll have a new home in only seven days.

Almquist Family
Ty and his designers travel to Phelan, CA to announce to the Almquist family, who currently live in an aging trailer and are struggling to uphold their animal sanctuary, that in seven days they'll have a new and improved home, and so will the dozens of animals they've rescued.

McCully Family
At only 10 years old, Job McCully is an inspiration to his small town, surviving leukemia, a bone marrow and double lung transplant. After years spent in and out of the hospital Job was finally able to go home in March. However, because of his health, the family wasn't able to return to their sinking, moldy and dilapidated home. Ty and the team help bring the house up to code so Job and his family will be able to return home.

Ruiz Family
Twelve years ago Maria Ruiz and her family stopped construction on their home -- leaving it almost entirely unfinished -- and turned their efforts towards feeding poor families in Juarez, Mexico and helping their local community. Now Ty and the designers will be traveling to El Paso, Texas, to finish the job of fixing their home in only seven days.

Drumm Family
Ty and the designers travel to Quincy Township, PA to announce to the Drumm family, who have helped transform the lives of disabled children through the Challenger Little League Program, that their home -- which has been used as a site to dump trash and waste -- will be rebuilt in only seven days. Meanwhile, the Drumm family will go on vacation to Walt Disney World.

Jordan Family
Ty and the designers, local builder Aronov Homes, Inc. and hundreds of volunteers and workers will rebuild the home of Jordan family in seven days. Meanwhile, the Jordan family will go on vacation to Disneyland.

Hill Family
Ty and the designers travel to Geneva, NY to renovate the Hill family's 200 year-old farm house in seven days, enabling them to keep and improve their boxing gym for underprivileged teens.

Augustin Family
Ty and the designers travel to Keller, Texas to announce to the Augustin family, who lost their home and not-for-profit photography studio in a flood, that they will have a new home built in only seven days.

Kadzis Family
Loving father and husband George Kadzis, from Tallahassee, Florida, had been battling brain cancer. His one dying wish was to provide his wife and children with a safe home. The Kadzis family was informed that their hurricane-damaged home would be rebuilt and modified in seven days to meet their special needs. Sadly, three days after the family received their new home, George succumbed to his cancer.

Cooper Family
Continuing their journey to honor special everyday heroes, Ty and the designers stop in Martin County, NC, where Jeff Cooper and his family are informed that their decaying home will be rebuilt in seven days. Meanwhile, the Cooper family goes on vacation to Washington, DC, to meet former U.S. Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Colin L. Powell, who presents them with a gift.

Martirez / Malek Families
Ty and the designers visit both St. Louis and Ballwin, Missouri to give Dawn Martirez a safer home for her special-needs children, and to remodel Sam Malek's coffee shop that employs disabled individuals and donates a portion of its earnings to charity.

McFarland Family (Part 1)
A year-long mission to find everyday heroes leads Ty and the designers to Indianapolis, IN, where the deteriorating home of the McFarland Family will be rebuilt in just seven days.

Frisch Family
Ty and his designers travel to Toledo, Ohio, to save the Frisch family from their cramped and deteriorating home that cannot comfortably house their family of 13. Ty and his designers will completely restore their home in only seven days, giving Jackie and her family peace of mind and the comfort of a safe home.

Grys Family
Ty and the designers travel to Pekin, IL to provide the Grys family -- in just seven days -- a better and safer home for their youngest son who has brittle bone disease. Meanwhile, the Grys family will go on vacation to Walt Disney World.

Cerda Family
Ty and the designers continue their mission to honor special everyday heroes and head to Las Vegas, NV to tell the Cerda family that their unfit home, which is threatening the lives of their two daughters who have an immune disorder, will be rebuilt in seven days.

Girard Family
After the Girard family lost their home to a fire a year ago, they faced a double tragedy when husband Thomas and eldest son Marc both drowned in June, leaving Carol and her four children devastated. Now Ty and the designers will be traveling to Voluntown, Connecticut to tell the family that they'll have a new and renovated place to call home in only seven days.

Slaughter Family
Ty and his designers will travel to Pittsburgh, PA to announce to the Slaughter family that their water damaged and tornado battered home will be renovated in only seven days.





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