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Meet David (he/him/his)

In late 2010, when TGTHR’s youth shelter opened, David was one of our first residents. He came to our shelter on New Year’s Eve, after running away to avoid being put into foster care. He stayed with us for two months until he turned 18. … Read more


Back to School at TGTHR

Much like any family with school-age youth, as soon as August arrives, our focus turns to Back to School. This is an exciting time for students as they head back to class, eager to share fun summer stories and see friends they haven’t seen in … Read more


Meet Marianna (she/her/hers)

When Marianna came to The Source, we already knew about her home situation since her older brother had used our services before. Her parents, suffering from extreme financial distress with 3 additional school-aged children, claimed they could no longer afford to care for her. At … Read more


Meet Kerri (she/her/hers)

Kerri had a difficult childhood because of her family circumstances. When Kerri came to TGTHR, she had been sober for almost a year and had graduated high school. Her goal was to go to college and get a job, and TGTHR was her first “community … Read more


Meet Addison (she/her/hers)

In September of last year, 17-year-old Addison found herself without a home after her parents could no longer afford the motel they were living in. At this point in her life, Addison was too familiar with instability. She wanted something different. In an effort to … Read more


Zach Graduates (he/him/his)

Zach recently passed all four GED tests required to receive his diploma, which was an extremely proud moment for Zach as well as everyone at The Source. After a couple of weeks of getting to know Zach we began talking about his future goals and … Read more


Meet Eduardo (he/him/his)

“I am currently staying at The Source. After fighting to complete High School, I started working. Home was not safe, but I never asked anybody for help. It was hard to get away; I was comfortable where I was sleeping because through the chaos, I … Read more