Two Anoka Organizations Continue to Fight Homelessness


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Stepping Stone Emergency Housing and Hope4Youth nonprofit are both working to curtail the growing homelessness in suburban Anoka County, particularly homeless youth.

Despite a temporary ban on new shelters, Anoka Mayor Phil Rice was impressed with the way Stepping Stone and Hope4Youth are looking for other ways to meet a countywide need.


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