Homeless doesn’t have to mean Hopeless.
Young and disabled with no services. Abused and out of options. Pregnant and no support. Aging out of foster care with no where to go. “Among the populations at greatest risk for becoming homeless are the 25,000 to 30,000 youths who age out of foster care each year when they turn 18 or, in some states, 21. Unlike many of their peers who continue to live with or receive financial assistance from their parents, these youths often struggle just to keep themselves housed.”