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… approximately experience
homelessness in any given year
3,500,000
In America…
. . . there are homeless24,000
In Oregon…
. . . there are homeless3,971
The largest growing demographic is age 15-18
In Lane County…
Domestic Violence
Sexual Abuse
Drug Addiction
Developmental Disabilities
Mental Illness
Aged out of Foster Care
Poo...
We aim to reduce
chronic homelessness
and unemployment
among youth 16-24
through relationships,
a drop-in center, job
trai...
Drop In Center –
provide basic needs
and care
Job readiness –Work
Skills
Shelter – Egan
Warming Center
Ragamuffin Chur...
Last year about 1000 were served:
Food…
Clothes…
Shelter…
Hosea Youth also received:
A safe place to rest
Showers
Counsel
Laundry
Phone to call home
Volunteer
Donations of goods
and services
Financial support
How you can help
HYS
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
Homeless Youth in Lane County
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Homeless Youth in Lane County

  1. 1. … approximately experience homelessness in any given year 3,500,000 In America…
  2. 2. . . . there are homeless24,000 In Oregon…
  3. 3. . . . there are homeless3,971 The largest growing demographic is age 15-18 In Lane County…
  4. 4. Domestic Violence Sexual Abuse Drug Addiction Developmental Disabilities Mental Illness Aged out of Foster Care Poor Choices Barriers to Access of Services Unemployment and Low Wages Why are they homeless?
  5. 5. We aim to reduce chronic homelessness and unemployment among youth 16-24 through relationships, a drop-in center, job training, referral, and emergency shelter. Our Purpose
  6. 6. Drop In Center – provide basic needs and care Job readiness –Work Skills Shelter – Egan Warming Center Ragamuffin Church Our Program
  7. 7. Last year about 1000 were served:
  8. 8. Food…
  9. 9. Clothes…
  10. 10. Shelter…
  11. 11. Hosea Youth also received: A safe place to rest Showers Counsel Laundry Phone to call home
  12. 12. Volunteer Donations of goods and services Financial support How you can help
  13. 13. HYS

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