Housing homeless youth - in your home

January 2014
Minnesota Women's Press;Jan2014, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p38
The article focuses on the efforts of housing homeless youth in Minnesota. It mentions the move of Avenues for Homeless Youth, a transitional housing program that recruits, trains, and screens volunteers who may welcome homeless youth into their homes. It cites the move of Kara Skogg and her family to become a host through the Suburban Host Home Program.


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