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4.2 million youth and young adults experience homelessness, of which 700,000 are unaccompanied minors, meaning they are not part of a family or accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) estimates that over 50 percent of the individuals living in supportive housing programs had either a substance use disorder, a psychiatric disorder, or both. Mental illness and addiction interfere with an individual’s ability to build a satisfying, stable life. Without access to affordable treatment for substance abuse or psychiatric issues, many homeless men and women continue to descend deeper into a cycle of poverty, drug and alcohol use, and mental illness.

We receive hundreds of calls from people desperate to be in safe, structured, sober housing. We scholarship, do payment plans and apply for grants to help our Clients. There is never enough to cover everyone and usually grant money is limited.


PSLC has a program in which you can donate and 100% of your money goes to housing a at risk person who has

NO ability to pay for housing.

You will receive a letter from the person who you gave an opportunity to break the cycle of abuse, addiction and homelessness.