Central Ohio received $6 million for homeless youth. How many were helped?

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Five years after the federal government selected central Ohio to pilot a program to eradicate youth homelessness, local agencies have a 98% success rate when it comes to helping young adults find — and maintain — stable housing a year after they’ve been helped.

The A Place to Call Home for Youth framework was created in early 2018 by the Community Shelter Board and other local agencies, with a goal to prevent homelessness, or, if that’s not possible, make it rare, brief and only happen once.

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