LGBTQ+ Youth Housing Project has property

Baldman, Anthony
February 2005
Gay & Lesbian Times;2/3/2005, Issue 893, p14
Reports on the property purchased by The Center for a transitional housing facility designed to stabilize GLBT, questioning and HIV-positive youth in San Diego, California. Aim of the group to successfully transition the youth from homelessness; Invitation for community members to view inside the property when the current tenants have vacated the premises and the renovations are complete; Loans used to finance the housing project.


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