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Homelessness in Sitka, Pt. 2: Families and youth

SITKA, ALASKA Homelessness doesn't discriminate based on demographics. It affects men and women, families and children. And as we learn in this, the second of our three-part series on homelessness in Sitka, when youth find themselves without shelter, the problems in their lives can multiply quickly.
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