We develop safe, affordable housing for youth experiencing homelessness and partner in their transition to healthy interdependence.

Over 2,000 young people, ages 14-24, experience homelessness in Kent County each year. Over 80 young people, ages 18-24, are experiencing homelessness on any given night in Kent County.
— Kent County Community Data

3:11 Youth Housing exists to bridge the gap between homelessness and interdependence. Building a firm foundation only occurs when providers and young people work in tandem to create opportunities for growth and change. The youth who enter our house are incredibly talented, resilient, and motivated people who desire stability and a supportive network. The young people who engage with 3:11 have great potential; they need invested people and relationships for true transformation.

We walk alongside each young person who moves into 3:11, setting goals together that make sense for their life circumstances. We eat weekly meals together as a community and develop relationships through intentional conversation. Overall, we engage with young people from their point of reference and walk with them as they move themselves to the next step in their lives.



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