September 2014
Out & About;Sep2014, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p12
The article reports that the LGBT-affirming transitional housing program Oasis Center has closed in Nashville, Tennessee. It states that the center was not getting funds from the government which led to its closure and youth without shelter. Pam Sheffer, director of the Just Us program at Oasis, mentions that center is upset about closing of transitional living facility as it was getting calls from LGBT youth. It highlights that young people are sleeping on streets.


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