State grants will help homeless, former foster youth
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is backing three pilot projects that aim to help the state’s
most underserved homeless population: young people age 18 to 24.
DeWine said yesterday that his office will provide as much as $875,000 for three programs, or as
much as $275,000 in each two-year grant.
Read the Columbus Dispatch article.