A view inside the newly built home belonging to Estela Moreno-Flores in Gustine, Calif., Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016. Moreno-Flores and her children were one of ten Gustine families recognized by Self-Help Enterprises during a ceremony after spending 11 months building their own homes. According to Self-Help Enterprises, eight to twelve families work together and help each other build their houses with on-site supervision and guidance from Self-Help Enterprises construction staff.
A view inside the newly built home belonging to Estela Moreno-Flores in Gustine, Calif., Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016. Moreno-Flores and her children were one of ten Gustine families recognized by Self-Help Enterprises during a ceremony after spending 11 months building their own homes. According to Self-Help Enterprises, eight to twelve families work together and help each other build their houses with on-site supervision and guidance from Self-Help Enterprises construction staff. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
A view inside the newly built home belonging to Estela Moreno-Flores in Gustine, Calif., Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016. Moreno-Flores and her children were one of ten Gustine families recognized by Self-Help Enterprises during a ceremony after spending 11 months building their own homes. According to Self-Help Enterprises, eight to twelve families work together and help each other build their houses with on-site supervision and guidance from Self-Help Enterprises construction staff. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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