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  • Family Corner 5/24/17

    Producer/Host: Sue Mackey Andrews
    Engineer: Amy Browne

    Issue: Homelessness in Hancock County

    Program Topic: Families First Community Center (FFCC)

    Key Discussion Points:
    a) Young families, especially young women ages 18-23, and young children constitute the greatest increase in homelessness nationally and here in Maine
    b) FFCC is working to break th ecucle of homelessness by equipping young families with minor children with the skills they need to gain self-sufficiency
    c) They are working to open a transitional home that will house up to six families for between 12-18 months, supporting them to learn essential like skills (cooking, money management, child development, etc.), prepare for life through employment training, etc. with mentors to support them in overcoming barriers and learning new skills.

    Dawn Carter Coffin, President of FFCC Board of Directors
    Jamie Willis Hunt, FFCC Board member and lead for their fund development efforts

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    Published on May 24, 2017 · Filed under: Family Corner; Tagged as: , , ,
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