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Programs for homeless exhibited

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - The Guam Homeless Coalition hosted its 3rd annual "Passport to Services" event today at the Tamuning Gym.  The island's homeless and those at-risk were invited to attend and learn about the services local agencies can provide.  Amor Say is a planner at the Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority, one of the Coalition's members.

She told KUAM News, "This is a way to giving back to the homeless. Plus, we have several programs the community might now be aware of because we, the Guam Homeless Coalition applies for federal grants that provides funding for the homeless."

If you weren't able to make it today but would like to find out more information, you can go to the Guam Lighthouse in Tiyan.

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