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San Diego YMCA From the Streets to Safety Program

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San Diego-based attorney Terry Chucas has spent nearly 30 years handling high-conflict child custody and divorce cases at his private family law practice. Beyond his work in the legal field, Terry Chucas is involved with two local organizations, the San Diego County Bar Association and the YMCA.

San Diego-based attorney Terry Chucas has spent nearly 30 years handling high-conflict child custody and divorce cases at his private family law practice. Beyond his work in the legal field, Terry Chucas is involved with two local organizations, the San Diego County Bar Association and the YMCA.

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  1. 1. San Diego YMCA From the Streets to Safety Program Terry Chucas
  2. 2. Introduction • San Diego-based attorney Terry Chucas has spent nearly 30 years handling high-conflict child custody and divorce cases at his private family law practice. Beyond his work in the legal field, Terry Chucas is involved with two local organizations, the San Diego County Bar Association and the YMCA. For two decades, the San Diego YMCA has delivered programming to help youth who are homeless escape the cycle of poverty. Its initiative From the Streets to Safety provides wraparound services that address job training, employment, economic self-sufficiency, and emotional support. In the past year, more than 200 young people have benefited from the program. In 2019, the YMCA launched a capital campaign to develop a residential complex to house 44 youth transitioning out of homelessness. While the organization has secured an apartment building in a city in North San Diego County and more than $4 million dollars, another $2.4 million is needed to complete the purchase and renovate the building. The YMCA is currently soliciting funding from individuals and major donors.

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