The Invisible Boys of St. Francis: Under 30 and Homeless


According to a 2011 Homelessness Resource Center study, 23.5 percent of homeless are teens and young adults.

These teens and young adults are largely invisible, buried beneath the visible homeless panhandlers lining the streets. St. Francis House, a shelter that offers rehabilitation programs for the homeless, has become a safe haven for homeless, invisible young men.


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