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Cleveland/Cuyahoga Co. to House 100 Homeless Youth in 100 Days

County stakeholders commit that no youth will age out of foster care into homelessness This week, Cleveland/Cuyahoga’s A Place 4 Me initiative set an ambitious goal to house 100 homeless youth ages 18-24 by December 18, 2016, which is 100…
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100-Day Challenges attract national news

A Way Home America, the national alliance to end homelessness, recently selected Cleveland, Austin and Los Angeles to participate in 100-Day Challenges with the Rapid Results Institute. The idea for each city is use rapid innovation to accelerate our local…
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National Initiative to End Youth Homelessness Selects Cleveland, Austin and L.A. to Launch 100-Day Challenges

Following a competitive nationwide search, A Way Home America today announced that Cleveland, Austin and Los Angeles will launch 100-Day Challenges to advance efforts to end youth homelessness. Through the challenges, A Way Home America seeks to support and accelerate…
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SOCF: Facilitating systems change to end youth homelessness

As part of our strategic work in ending homelessness, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland is a board member, supporter and participant in Funders Together to End Homelessness, a national network of funders supporting strategic, innovative and effective solutions to homelessness. One…
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SOCF presents at conference at CWRU re: social welfare

Today, Angela D’Orazio, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland’s program officer for ending homelessness, is presenting at the Cuyahoga County Conference on Social Welfare at Case Western Reserve University. The conference is an opportunity for social workers to enhance their…
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