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Knowledge is a ticket out of poverty

Homeless youth carry heavy things that can’t fit into a backpack. They carry the loneliness of being ignored, the heartache of being abandoned, and the anxiety of having to fend for themselves. See how The Salvation Army is helping them. 

Plotting a New Course

I am ready to take control of my life. I want to become a better person. The caseworkers here are teaching me to be responsible. I am learning how to balance things. The best part about this place is that it allows you to focus on what you want to do. When you're homeless, you can't do that.

How we help empower youth

When youth have no where else to turn, we’re here to help. No matter what the need – physical, emotional or spiritual – we start by meeting the most basic needs and then help outline the path to long-term solutions. We can help youth overcome obstacles today and provide hope for tomorrow.

  • Please see below for a complete list of programs and services offered at Booth Brown House:
  • 30-day emergency shelter for youth ages 18-21 (Youth Shelter)
  • Permanent supportive housing for youth ages 16-24 (Foyer Program)
  • Social services
  • Education opportunities
  • Assistance finding employment, building a resume, creating a budget, preparing taxes and tutoring
  • Case management
  • Socialization, cultural enrichment opportunities and recreation
  • Spiritual ministries
  • Aftercare for former program participants

To learn more or request help call 651-646-2601 during normal business hours or you may fill out our contact form.


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