Officials estimate up to 150 16- to 23-year-olds are homeless in St. Cloud each day. Research and discussions over the past few years with local social service agencies, law enforcement, and school systems proved there was a growing need for a resource center in the community.

Acknowledging there was an unmet community need, the St. Cloud Rotary Club has partnered with other local Rotary clubs to open a 3,700-square-foot daytime resource center. Pathways 4 Youth (P4Y) will connect teens to social services, medical professionals, lockers, showers, laundry facilities, food, clothing and a mailing address.  The center will open in April 2018 and is anticipated to serve 20-25 youth on a daily basis. Community members and stakeholders had the oppurtunity to learn more about how the center will impact the lives of homeless youth in the community. 

Click here to learn more about Pathways 4 Youth and how you can get involved.