Ending youth homelessness in Kamloops

A pilot project in Kamloops will try and create a city where no children will need to be homeless and left out on the street (Josh Pagé/CBC).
The City of Kamloops has been selected for a national pilot project aimed at ending youth homelessness.

The latest homeless count in Kamloops identified eight young people as living without homes.

And there are many others on the edge of being homeless.

What can we do about it?
This new project is looking for that answer.

The project Manager, Carmin Mazzota, speaks with host Shelley Joyce.

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