YWCA to help older, homeless youth with housing  

Federal grant paves way for new program

Quad Cities area youth gather at the Theplace2B, located at the YWCA Quad Cities main facility at 229 16th St., Rock Island. CREDIT YWCA QUAD CITIES
A nearly quarter-million-dollar grant will allow the YWCA Quad Cities to expand its reach and provide transitional living assistance for older youth facing homelessness or at risk of it.  “The whole goal is to provide transitional living services for youth aged 16 to under 22,” said Julie Larson, the YWCA’s president and CEO.     The YWCA, […]
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