WCPO.com: Tour the new $19M Sheakley Center for Youth that aims to help end youth homelessness
The newest beacon of hope for the region’s homeless youth will open its doors in January 2018.
Lighthouse Youth & Family Services’s new Sheakley Center for Youth is a $19 million facility in Walnut Hills that will serve young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 who are experiencing homelessness.
“I really see it as a place of community for homeless young people,” said Rayna Moore, senior director of homeless youth services at Lighthouse. “It’s a place to call home.”
Read Lucy May’s story here: WCPO.com: Tour the new $19M Sheakley Center for Youth