Tucson Nonprofit Helps Homeless Teens Graduate High School

Recent studies estimate there are 4,000 youth in Pima County who lack a permanent home and are struggling to stay in school – experts say the actual number is higher because youth homelessness is under reported.

Being homeless for young people means not having a permanent home. Bouncing around from family member to family member, or sleeping at friends’ houses. Other times, it means sleeping on the streets.

A story by Arizona Public Media. Read story.

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