Every year, Lutheran Social Services (LSS) in Duluth helps over 600 homeless youth in our community. They provide a gamut of services, from a teen clinic and a runaway program, to transitional housing and street outreach - even help for kids about to age out of the system.
But those services are located throughout the city and aren't always easy to get to. So LSS has announced plans to build the Center for Changing Lives, one central location in Duluth where homeless kids can find all the help and services they need under one roof.
Jen Julsrud is a member of the Duluth League of Women Voters, a Duluth City Council member, and sits on LSS's board for the Center For Changing Lives: