Helping to provide youth an alternative to chronic homelessness and unemployment.
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Since 1997, Hosea Youth Services has Provided:
While there are success stories around jobs, housing, medical care and education, we like to think of every meal served and every night of hospitality as a success.
All of this is possible because of the generosity and time of donors and volunteers who actively contribute. This last year, Community 101 was a large supporter of our Drop-In Center, providing $2,400 in funding towards our rent and utilities; this support was made possible through collaborative efforts between The Oregon Community Foundation, The PGE Foundation, RW Family Fund and Kalapuya High School. Special thanks also to Food For Lane County for providing much of the goods we need to serve three meals or more a week.
Offering Help When They Are Ready: A young man who was troubled, angry and running stumbled across Hosea at a point when he was desperate for change. Meanwhile his parents from California were trying to get in touch with him. We had occasion to meet him and let him know his parents were trying to get in touch. Between referrals, phone calls and dad driving here to take him to a program in Washington State he was reconciled to his parents and eager to have help making changes. The last thing we heard he had asked for was his guitar so he could learn to play while in treatment.