Audio/MP3; File size: 11.9 MB; File duration: 26:05
Oregon Public Broadcasting
Homelessness -- Oregon -- Portland, Homelessness -- Social aspects, Homeless teenagers -- Services for, Homeless teenagers -- Attitudes, Social work with youth -- Research, Improving homeless services, Social justice
Portland's Nonprofit Outside In received a $2.5 million dollar federal grant to provide services for homeless young adults with mental illness and substance abuse. The money will let Outside in triple the number of young people that it supports and enables it to set up a new counseling program. OPB's Dave Miller is joined by Michela Caldwell, a participant in Outside In's Rise program, Amanda Antonucci, Clinical Services Manager there, and Karen Cellarius, a senior researcher at Portland State University's Regional Research Institute for Human Services.
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Miller, Dave; Antonucci, Amanda; Caldwell, Michela; and Cellarius, Karen, "Think Out Loud: What $2.5 Million Will Do for Outside In's Youth Clients" (2018). Regional Research Institute for Human Services. 102.