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Teenagers who couch surf and live on the streets are at a high risk of growing up to be homeless adults. Working to break this cycle, Youth Continuum is constructing Winchester Manor, housing with supportive services for vulnerable young men and women ages 18 -24.
“This is the first permanent supportive housing for youth in Connecticut and will be a model for the nation,” Ilene Crawford, past president of the Youth Continuum board of Directors said at the recent groundbreaking. Continue reading.