HEALTHY TIDBITS Life House, Opening The Doors for Kids on The Streets
I don' t know if I ever told you the story of "The Georgia Peach."
She came to Duluth to live on the floor of a maledorm room. She had been "couch surfing" for the past year down south due to family ... Posted on 12/16/10 at 7:20 PM
Local businesses, social services, citizens, and faith-based groups have partnered to bring resources to one location where those in need can find services like food and clothing, housing, employment, medical and mental health care, and education assistance.
Life House, the crisis center that has helped homeless teens and young adults in the Duluth area for 17 years, is struggling to make it to 18.
If the center doesn’t make up a $30,000 deficit by Jan. 1, “we will have to look at closing the doors,” Executive Director Kim Crawford said.
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