The SAY Dream Center is open to provide housing, jobs and counselling to homeless youth! We couldn’t be prouder of SAY and Sonoma County for prioritizing the work of supporting youth and ensuring that the Dream Center become a reality.
SAY has already welcomed some youth to their new apartments at the Dream Center and over the next few months will continue to move more youth into the 40 new housing units. Other services, including life and career readiness programs, counselling and SAY’s administrative offices have already moved into the space.
Since the campaign to expand services to homeless Sonoma County youth began over three years ago, Community Foundation Sonoma County donors have made nearly a half million dollars in grants to support the Dream Center.
Don’t forget to join SAY on March 12 for their Grand Opening and Public Open House Celebration.