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By MELISSA HOWELL
The Oklahoman 

Local students help create a community for homeless teens

 

March 28, 2019



OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Preliminary work began in early March on a tiny home community to house teens living on their own in the Oklahoma City area. Students from Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City and from Metro Technology Centers are helping with construction on the first three homes and completed the framing last week.

As a part of services offered by local nonprofit Pivot: A Turning Point for Youth, the community eventually will feature 85 tiny homes to help homeless youth transition into adulthood with a viable means of self-support. Currently, the organization provides dorm-style...



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