A child raising himself

For as long as he could remember, Logan felt as though he were only a burden to his parents. Their volatile relationship ended when he was very young. His father would often leave their small town, but when he returned, he would be violent and verbally abusive to Logan. His mother was neglectful and emotionally [...]

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Reconnecting family style

When you’ve been out on your own, coming home for a family dinner strengthens connections and creates memories. For young people who were once homeless and without the support of a family, that isn’t always an option available to them. That’s one reason staff from our transitional housing program, Rights of Passage (ROP), started hosting [...]

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Business community steps up

Business professionals have rallied around our kids over the past few months. By participating in our experiential events and fundraising through their networks, members of the business community have demonstrated to our youth that they are worth investing in.

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Alone in the big city

Rod grew up in a stable family in a small community. At the age of 18, he fell in with the wrong crowd and started using alcohol and drugs, heading down a path that caused friction in his once happy household. His family didn’t know how to help him, and he wasn’t ready to change. [...]

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