PJC In The News

Policy makers, advocates look for ways to serve growing population of homeless youth

By Lauren Loricchio

March 30, 2015

Ciera Dunlap, 25, has spent much of her life caught in the throes of uncertainty, as a homeless youth and living without a guardian in Baltimore City.

"At 11, the state placed me in foster care, and I ran away at 12," said Dunlap, who spent six years after that without a fixed residence.

"Being homeless [as a young person] is extremely hard," she said. "At that age people don't take you seriously."

Read the full article about unaccompanied homeless youth here.

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