Hundreds of others like Esera and Strauss will push through the doors at VOA during the coming year, said CEO Kathy Bray. And they are all welcome.
"We find homeless youth and provide them with services. We can give them help and get them stabilized," she said. "But the only way we can solve the homeless youth problem is with the help of the community. And we have a very generous community."
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