No youth and family services organization works alone, so the Tucson-area youth-serving community reacted with concern in March upon hearing that Open Inn, a local runaway and homeless youth program, was closing its doors.

“The closing of Open Inn is definitely going to affect southern Arizona,” says Teresa Liverzani-Baker, executive director of Youth on Their Own, which helps at-risk youth stay in school.

A Story by National Clearinghouse on Families & Youth. Read more.

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