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  • Editorial: Homeless youngsters need shelter’s help

    September 6, 2015 Editorial, The Columbus Dispatch The state legislature missed an opportunity earlier this year to renew funding for Star House, Columbus’ only drop-in center for homeless youths. With the facility preparing to move to a much-needed larger home, the city and county have stepped up to provide a combined $250,000 in emergency funding… [Continue Reading]

    Editorial: Homeless youngsters need shelter’s help
  • Homeless youth drop-in center to keep 24/7 hours for now

    September 2, 2015 By Rita Price, The Columbus Dispatch The city’s only drop-in center for homeless youths won’t have to cut hours with the move to a new building this fall, directors say. Emergency support from the city of Columbus and from Franklin County is expected to help Star House keep its doors open 24/7. READ… [Continue Reading]

    Homeless youth drop-in center to keep 24/7 hours for now

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Integrating research and community service, Star House provides youth experiencing homelessness with a safe respite from the streets and connects them to a chance for a productive life.

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Every youth will have a home and a chance for a productive life.

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Youth Success

Opening sails to the future

Charles Childs II following musical dreams at Florida university... It took him almost two months to apply, but Charles Childs II will be taking recording engineering classes at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL this year. Though Charles already holds a culinary degree, his passion has always been making and recording music. A few months ago, he learned about the university from a friend who was taking their online classes. At the time, … Continue Reading