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GLBT Host Home Program

The GLBT Host Home Pro­gram offers adults in the com­mu­ni­ty the oppor­tu­ni­ty to open their homes to home­less queer youth. Young peo­ple need­ing homes are con­nect­ed to adults with extra bed­rooms. It’s real­ly that easy!

Hosts are trained and pro­vid­ed ongo­ing sup­port while youth live with them for 6–12 months. Hosts are invit­ed to month­ly sup­port and train­ing meet­ings and have reg­u­lar con­tact with the Host Home Pro­gram Man­ag­er. Hosts receive no finan­cial compensation.

While liv­ing in host homes, youth have the chance to work toward self-suf­fi­cien­cy, go to school, and work with­out hav­ing to wor­ry about food and shel­ter. Youth move from host homes into their own apart­ments, dorm rooms, or oth­er per­ma­nent housing.

Call Anne Sup­plee, Host Home Pro­gram Man­ag­er, for more details, supplee@youthlinkmn.org or 612–252-1206.

That’s in Min­neapo­lis. How about your town?

Cyn is a proud Mommy & Mémé, professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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