0n August 16th, Kathy Farland, addressed the Rotary Club of Nashua regarding how “Stepping Stones” helps homeless youth in our community. Kathy Farland is a foster parent who came from the business world and saw the need to open a drop-in center for homeless youth in our community. Stepping Stones helps homeless youth, ages 25 and younger, in Nashua and surrounding towns.
There are around 400 homeless youth in our area. The goal of Stepping Stones is to help homeless, unaccompanied youth become successful adults. Stepping Stones is located at 3 Pine Street Extension where kitchen and laundry facilities are available as well as showers. Computer stations, places to rest, and clothes closets are additional resources Stepping Stones offers.
Due to technical difficulties, the presentation was cut short but Kathy will return at a later date to present again.