Beauty + Messiness

Beauty + Messiness   By: Holly Anderton When asked to describe drop-in, I often find myself at a loss for words. It’s a mixture of beauty and messiness; heaviness and strength; weariness and energy. Combined, drop-in is a place that authenticity is currency and your word is gold. From the

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Why the area’s 4K tally of homeless students is likely higher MLive April 6, 2016 “The surge of homeless schoolchildren in Kent and Ottawa counties to more than 4,000 is driven by unemployment, family dysfunction, foreclosures, rejection of sexual orientation, and unaffordable housing, according to educators and advocates.” [read the

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HQ forges connections to help homeless youths with jobs Grand Rapids Business Journal December 4, 2015 “There are more homeless teenagers in West Michigan than one might think, but the good news is, they don’t have to be homeless or unemployed any more.” [read more]  

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