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Sacramento's Hope Cooperative Launches New Program For Homeless Youth

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio
 

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Next week, Sacramento non-profit Hope Cooperative (formerly known as Transforming Lives, Cultivating Success) will launch “Possibilities,” a new program to serve 30 transition-age, homeless youth in Sacramento.  

On Monday Dec. 10 at 9:00 a.m. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new collaborative housing and jobs program made possible with a $200,000 Bank of America’s Neighborhood Builders grant plus support from SMUD, Sutter Health, United Way, Clean & Sober, and Sacramento County.

Executive Director Erin Johansen returns to Insight to talk about the new program aimed at serving homeless youth in Sacramento.

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