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Solace Haven to help homeless youth (access required)

When David Johnson and Shanetta Reed’s daughter was 15 and attending Edison Career & Technology High School, the couple noticed that some of her friends lacked adequate housing, were absent role models and wanted for other things teens need in order to mature well. Johnson and Reed elected to lend a hand, and began accepting ...

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