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Marin IJ: It’s Time to Change the Face of Youth Homelessness
By Larkin Bond

The recently released January 2019 Marin Point-in-Time count provides a misleading impression about the scope of homelessness and especially homeless youth in Marin.

As a one-day arbitrary count, the Department of Housing and Urban Development PIT numbers represent only the tip of the iceberg regarding homeless youth, the hardest to reach homeless population. Read Article

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Marin Post: Changing the Face of Youth Homelessness
By Zara Babitzke

Lucas was still in high school when his mom decided to move to Brazil with her boyfriend, leaving Lucas to fend for himself at age 17. Even before his mother left, Lucas never had a stable life, as both of his parents were addicts, and his father was absent. Lucas often went to school hungry. When his mom left, Lucas began sleeping on the floor at his best friend’s house. Although he was able to eat there, Lucas was too embarrassed to ask for food to take to school for lunch. Read Article

Sammy Hagar comes to aid of Marin’s Homeless Youth

Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity help the youth at only a small cost

Letter from George Landau,
Co-Founder of the Tiburon-Belvedere Rotary

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Sammy Hagar comes to aid of Marin’s Homeless Youth

Marin Voice: Building bridges between police and young adults

By Cindy Aguilera Marin Independent Journal, May 7, 2018

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Sammy Hagar comes to aid of Marin’s Homeless Youth

Sammy Hagar Comes to Aid of Marin’s Homeless Youth

By Paul Liberatore
Marin Independent Journal, 2016

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Dominican University forum tackles homelessness in Marin

By Adrian Rodriguez
Marin Independent Journal, 2016

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Marin Voice: Making a difference for Marin’s homeless youth

Marin Voice: Helping Marin’s young homeless population

By Larkin Bond
Marin Independent Journal, 2016

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