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West End Neighborhood House (WENH) recently celebrated fifteen years of helping foster kids who have “aged out” of the system by providing yet another source of support to these disenfranchised young adults. With the support of philanthropists Phil and Daphne Reese, WENH dedicated five row homes to be occupied by former foster care youth who have aged-out of the system. The non-profit’s Life Lines program provides transitional and permanent housing, along with intensive case management for former foster care youth ages 16-23.

Photos courtesy of West End Neighborhood House

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